After bowing out of the CAF Champions league and Confederation games last weekend, Lobi Stars and Enugu Rangers will now have to focus on the in other to the among the six teams that will qualify for the Super 6 tournament.
Lobi Stars of Markudi will be welcoming Rivers United to the Aper Aku Stadium in Markudi in a rescheduled match day 8 fixtures as they will be playing their 7th NPFL game of season and setting a bar to return to the continent next season.
Rivers United will be hoping to bounce back to winning ways after theylost to Wikki Tourist of Bauchi on thier match day 11 encounter at the Pantami Stadium in Gombe.
In other games, MFM will travel to Katsina to extend the gap between the others by recording thier 8 wins from 11 games while Katsina United will setting cut down the points difference between them and the top after struggling to see off Kwara United with 10 men on Sunday.
In the clash of North west derby, Kada City will welcome Kano Pillars to the Ahmedu Bello Stadium after bouncing back to winning ways by winning their last 3 games as Kano Pillars is set to bounce back from their Sunday defeat to FC Ifeanyi Ubah.
The final fixture in the midweek reschedule games will be on Thursday as Sunshine Stars will visit Enugu Rangers whom have a disappointing CAF Confederation cup games on Sunday.
Enugu Rangers are eyeing a come back in the league to move upwards after playing only 5 games so far while Sunshine Stars will shake off thier disappointing home games to Enyimba where they drop points.
NPFL Rescheldule Fixtures, Wednesday
Lobi Stars vs Rivers United
Katsina United vs MFM
Kada City vs Kano Pillars
Rangers vs Sunshine Stars
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