Central United must win their midweek match against South Auckland Rangers to stay in control of their challenge for the NRF Men’s Championship title.
A win in Wednesday night’s floodlit game at the Croatian Cultural Club in Te Atatu South will give Central an edge over title rivals Papatoetoe when both sides play their final fixtures on Saturday.
A loss would mean Papatoetoe could probably take the title with a draw in their final game against Papakura City, providing Central didn’t beat Ranui Swanson by a huge margin.
Whatever the possibilities, they’ll become clear by 9.40pm on Wednesday night when Central have played their rescheduled fixture against South Auckland Rangers, which is their game in hand over Papatoetoe.
Game to be played on Wednesday September 14, 2022
Central United v South Auckland Rangers
Croatian Cultural Club, Te Atatu South, 7.30pm
What happens next
Remaining fixtures for the two top teams:
Games to be played on Saturday September 17, 2022
Papatoetoe v Papakura City
Murdoch Park, Papatoetoe, 3pm
Central United v Ranui Swanson
Croatian Cultural Club, Te Atatu South, 3pm