The PNG Football Stadium is expected to be packed to capacity on Saturday for its first double header of the year in the National Soccer League.
Fans will feast on watching the Southern Strikers against Madang FC while Toti City FC will face FC Momase.
FC Momase who has already faced Toti City FC in round 4 and losing to the champions with a 2-1 score line will be coming out firing on Saturday but will have to contain Toti City striker Raymond Gunemba if they want a win in front of their home fans.
Toti City who will be heading to New Zealand for the OFC Champions League quarter finals in April, are looking to use their four remaining NSL games has their preparation for the OFC challenge.
The Momase-Toti City match is the main fixture of the National Soccer League’s double header scheduled for the city this weekend.
The opening match will see Madang face another tough match against home side, Southern Strikers.
But Madang will have the edge over Strikers after returning back from the OFC Champions League challenge last week.
Strikers will need to improve on their last week performance against FC Momase. The 2-all draw did not go down well with coach Margaret Aka.
The host who won only one game this season will have to restore the lost pride and impress their fans at home by winning.
Aka will need to inject some life into the team and will be counting on her striking duo Richard Alois and Pettysen Elijah to step up.
Round 7 Fixtures: 1230 – Southern Strikers vs Madang FC (PFS, POM)
1500 – FC Momase vs Toti City FC (PFS, POM)
1500 – Buang FC vs FC Morobe Wawens (SIK, Lae)
Bye: Besta PNG United FC