Abercorn v Culmore
Abercorn sit in third spot and look on track to secure a top four league finish. They defeated Culmore easily on their own patch back in October so they will be looking to complete the double over their opponents on Sunday.
Culmore moved off the bottom spot last weekend with an excellent win over Trojans but new manager, Ben Holly knows there is still a lot of work to do to avoid the drop into the First Division.
Abercorn to win.
Park Bar v Porter’s
Porter’s are now bottom of the table once again and it will be a fine achievement if they can take anything from this match against the league leaders.
They are not enjoying the best of luck this season but are capable, if at full strength, to cause an upset.
With title challengers Top of the Hill Celtic involved in the Terry Kelly Cup final, Park Bar have the chance to go four points clear at the top and put the pressure on the Waterside men who will have two games in hand.
Park Bar to win.
Tristar v Don Bosco’s
This is a massive match for these two teams who sit in the bottom three and the losers could will face relegation with only a few games remaining.
Tristar have a decent record against Bosco’s and will be hoping this continues on Sunday. Last week Bosco’s were hit for six by Lisahally so Kevin O’Neill and Liam Bonner will have to get their players’ heads lifted for this weekend’s clash.
A draw is likely.