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• It’s only Elspuron FA that have been able to force Jazzy Stars FA to drop points after forcing them to a 0-0 draw in the first stanza of the league.
The question is: Will Elspuron FA be able to hand Jazzy Stars FA their first defeat today?
Only 90mins can tell!
And don’t forget, Elspuron FA have lost only one match this season when they were beaten 1-0 by Derby Academy in the first match of the season.

• It will be fight to finish today as second and third placed teams on the log battle themselves out!
Third placed Ajester FA forced host and Second placed Derby Academy to a 0-0 draw in the first round.
What will happen at the backyard of an Ajester FA boasting of the best attack in the league(Alongside Jazzy Stars FA) so far having netted 21 goals, against a Derby Academy side with the best defence in the league, having conceded only 6 goals thus far?
Only 90mins can tell!

• Bottom placed team, Clapai Stars FA want to escape relegation by all means as they used the Mid-Season Transfer Break to fortify their team, going into the market to shop for not only players but did away with their former Coach, Donatus Iloka and brought in a new coach to Jos from Minna, Niger State, Clement Maigida by name. Notable among the newly signed players is Aminu Amos, a central defender from Niger State.
But the one million dollar question is: Will Clapai Stars FA get at least their first point in this match against J. Cadets FA after losing 4-1 to them in the first round?
Only 90mins can tell!

• The Highland Stars FA and Super Stars FA match is another encounter to watch out for. While 7th placed Super Stars FA were busy in the market strengthening their squad and bringing in 4 new players, 5th placed Highland Stars still maintain their first round squad with no addition or subtraction.

• And the last match of the day promises to be interesting as well, as Red Arrows FA have promised to go all out for their second win of the season as they take on a well fortified Nestrac FA side that went beyond the shore of Plateau State and Nigeria to bring in players during the Mid-Season Transfer window!
The sixth placed team, brought in players from Beniñ Republic, Benue State and Niger State.
Will these imports by Nestrac FA stop Red Arrows FA from paying their opponents back in their own coin after losing 2-1 to them in the first round?
Only 90mins at the Rwang Pam Township Stadium can tell.

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