Citizens aim to tame Tigers
10 January 2019 | Sports
The two teams are eager to keep their momentum in topflight football. The match will kick off at 20:00.
Tura Magic will battle relegation-threatened Okahandja United at 20:00.
Also on Friday at the Mokati Stadium in Otjiwarongo, Life Fighters will confront highflying Mighty Gunners at 19:00.
On Sunday at the Sam Nujoma Stadium, Black Africa will face a stubborn Young Brazilian side at 15:00. This will be followed by a match between Orlando Pirates and Eleven Arrows at 17:00.
On Monday at the Sam Nujoma Stadium, Unam FC and Civics will square off at 20:00, while Eleven Arrows will face neighbours Blue Waters at the Kuisebmond Stadium in a coastal derby on 16 January at 20:00. Black Africa sit atop the log with 16 points from seven matches, followed by Mighty Gunners in second, also on 16 points from seven matches, with Black Africa having conceded one goal less than the Gunners.
Citizens are third, Young Brazilians fourth and Life Fighters fifth, are all on 11 points after seven matches, with the teams only separated by goal difference.
Julinho Sporting occupy sixth spot with 10 points, having played only six matches, while Tura Magic sit in seventh position with nine points after seven matches.
Young African are in eighth position with eight points, while Arrows, who have played six matches, sit in ninth position with seven points.
Tigers have also played six matches and are in 10th place with seven points, followed by Blue Waters in 11th with the same points.
Defending champions African Stars are in 12th position with six points after four matches, followed by Unam FC in 13th spot with six points.
In 14th place are Okahandja United with four points, followed by Pirates in 15th spot also with four points, but having played only six matches.
Civics prop up the basement with three points from six matches.