The Orange first division phase one ends at five venues in four counties on 21 February.
Leaders Nimba Kwado will welcome eighth-placed NPA Anchors at 3:30PM to Sanniquellie, Nimba County.
The Ton Pea Boys have 21 points, nine more than the Port Boys.
Defending champions LPRC Oilers, who are a point adrift, can take advantage of any slip-up by the leaders, with victory over second from bottom Nimba FC at 4:00PM at the Antoinette Tubman Stadium (ATS).
Freeport FC and Nimba United, who defeated champions Oilers 2-0, will look for a second successive win when they square-off at 2:00PM at the ATS.
Third-placed LISCR FC, who are three points adrift of Kwado, can continue coach Tapha Manneh’s birthday party with a victory over Monrovia Club Breweries at 3:30PM at the Nancy Doe Stadium in Kakata, Margibi.
Manneh gave his players US$100 following a 3-1 win over Kwado in Sanniquellie on St. Valentine’s Day and was gifted a 2-1 win over NPA Anchors on his birthday at the ATS on 17 February.
Bea Mountain can make it three wins in a row when they welcome Mighty Barrolle, who forced Nimba FC to a 1-1 draw in Kakata on 17 February, at 3:30PM to Kinjor, Grand Cape Mount County.
And will Watanga FC finally “recalibrate” their run of poor results?
Head coach Matthew Julutweh and team are yet to win since a 3-3 draw with the Port Boys on 6 December 2020 in Kakata.
They launched a recalibration strategy against Oilers but were held to a 1-1 draw on St. Valentine’s Day and lost 2-0 to Freeport three days later.
They will have another opportunity against bottom-placed Small Town at 3:30PM at the George Weah technical center in Careysburg.