Matchday 11 of the Nigeria Premier Football League will return as nine matches are scheduled to take place this weekend.
High-flying Doma United will return to the Pantami Stadium to face Niger Tornadoes on Saturday.
The Savannah Tigers pulled a surprise result last weekend with a goalless draw against Remo Stars in Ikenne to extend their unbeaten run to six matches.
Goalkeeper Osayi Kingdom produced another distinctive performance to earn his team a valuable point.
Tornadoes secured a narrow 1-0 win over Akwa United in Kaduna last weekend and will fancy their chance of getting something against Doma United.
After suffering at home to Remo Stars during the week, champions Enyimba International will have another opportunity to redeem their battered image when they host Sunshine Star this weekend.
Enyimba’s former player Samad Kadiri scored the winning goal for Remo Stars in that encounter and coach Finidi George must tighten his belt if he hopes to get something from this game.
Sunshine Stars have produced some remarkable results away from home this, playing a 1-1 draw against Rivers United.
Finidi will be hoping that the duo of Joseph Atule and Chijioke Mbaoma deliver the goals and Edith Agoye will also aim to get Michael Olalusi back on the scorers sheet.
Bendel Insurance with their in-form goalkeeper Amas Obasogie will host the league leader Lobi Stars at the Samuel Ogbemudia Stadium.
The Benin Arsenal secured a stunning result against Kano Pillars in Kano last weekend with Obasogies saving a penalty and pulling a stunning save.
The Sai Masu Gida boys are yet to gain their balance since the start of the season and all eyes will be on skipper Rabiu Ali on Saturday at the Sani Abacha Stadium.
After a slim defeat to Niger Tornadoes last weekend, Akwa United will see the game against Kwara United this weekend as an opportunity to bounce back to winning ways.
Alao Mohammed will be the player to watch by the backline of the Promise Keepers if they don’t want to be caught unaware.
Alao Mohammed has been tremendous this season for the Afonja scoring vital goals.
Total victory remained the objective for the Uyo-based club because anything other than that could place the team coach Fatai Osho under immense pressure.
Heartland FC of Owerri will continue the chase for their first win of the season when they play away as the guest Shooting Stars in Ibadan.
The Naze millionaire suffered a 0-1 home defeat to Enyimba International last weekend.
The team coach Kennedy Boboye insisted the club can still have a successful season.
The Oluyole Warriors on the part are looking to get back to the winning after their 2-1 loss to Lobi Stars.
Bayelsa United will return to Yenogoa on Sunday with the sole aim of regaining the confidence of their home fans.
Bayelsa United has lost at home twice this season against Remo Stars and Lobi Stars but they will work to change that when they host Abia Warriors on Sunday.
Abia Warriors will see the game against Bayelsa United as an opportunity to climb the table having secured a narrow win against Rangers last weekend.
Remo Stars will have to work on the ball-throwing ability of Itodo when facing Plateau United in Ikenne on Sunday.
Itodo has been a big nemesis for the NPFL defenders with his ball-throwing ability but the Remo Stars backline led by Nduka Junior must work to curtail him.
Sporting Lagos will set their eyes on the maximum point when Katsina United come to town on Sunday.
The game slated for Mobolaji Johnson Arena in Lagos will witness fireworks with the duo of Junior Lokosa and Jonathan Alukwo pulling the string for the home side.
This weekend’s results will likely have an adverse change on the team standing on the table with Lobi Stars playing away from home and Doma United playing home.
Shooting Stars v Heartland FC
Sporting Lagos V Katsina United
Enyimba v Sunshine Stars
Bendel Insurance v Lobi Stars
Bayelsa United v Abia Warrior
Remo Stars v Plateau United
Akwa United v Kwara United
Doma United v Niger Tornadoes
Gombe United v Pillars
Rangers V Rivers United ( PP).