The League Management Company (LMC) which is the Organisers of the Nigeria Professional Football League (NPFL) have released new dates for many of its rescheduled fixtures, occasioned by the postponed national elections in Nigeria and the continental engagements of Lobi Stars and Rangers International.
The NPFL half season was supposed to come to an end this Wednesday according to the season’s schedule and calendar but the games were postponed indefinitely due to the general elections.
However, the League Management Company (LMC) has rescheduled some of the outstanding games starting from this weekend before the resumption of the league after the election break.
Four matches are billed to hold on Sunday, March 3 including Lobi Stars’ home tie with Katsina United in Makurdi. Enyimba will be guests of Bendel Insurance in Benin city while Akwa United will hope to extend their unbeaten run when they travel to Gombe United. Kada City’s clash with Yobe Desert Stars in Kaduna rounds off Sunday’s schedule.
While a date is yet to be fixed for the rescheduled Match Day 11 games, the second stanza of the league will commence on Sunday, March 10 2018 with Match Day 12 fixtures.
NEW DATES AND FIXTURES
Sunday, 3rd March
Bendel Insurance vs Enyimba
Kada City vs Yobe Desert Stars
Gombe United vs Akwa United
Lobi Stars vs Katsina United
Wednesday, 6th March
Kada City vs Kano Pillars
Rivers United vs Katsina United
Wednesday, 13th March
Lobi Stars vs MFM FC
Wednesday, 20th March
Sunshine Stars vs Lobi Stars
Yobe Desert Stars vs Abia Warriors
Wednesday, 3rd April
Rangers Int’l vs Lobi Stars
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