Balzan and Valletta will be aiming for a second consecutive win on Friday as they cross swords in one of the four BOV Premier League matches in programme at the National Stadium and the Centenary Stadium.
All matches are being played behind closed doors. but fans are able to watch games thanks to the live-streaming service being offered by the Malta Football Association at https://live.mfa.com.mt/ apart from the usual two weekly matches which are broadcast on TVM 2 and/or TSN.
Birkirkara FC vs Mosta FC, kick-off 17:00 at Centenary Stadium
Birkirkara and Mosta both chase their first win after the Stripes lost 2-4 to Valletta and Mosta were held in a 2-2 draw by Gudja United. Birkirkara start as favourites but this will be no easy game.
Gudja United FC vs Lija Athletic FC, kick-off 17:00 at National Stadium
After a dream start with a 4-0 win over Senglea Athletic, Lija Athletic hope to make it two wins in a row as they take on Gudja United. Gudja, on the other hand, target their first win following the draw with Mosta.
Carl Cassar is ruled out for Lija as he serves a one-match ban.
Gzira United FC vs Tarxien Rainbows FC, kick-off 21:15 at Centenary Stadium
After the 1-2 defeat to Floriana, Gzira United will be aiming for a first win as they take on Tarxien Rainbows. The latter suffered a narrow defeat to Balzan last week and, like Gzira, hope to open their account on Saturday. However, it will be no easy match for the Rainbows as the Maroons will be all out to claim maximum points from this game.
Balzan FC vs Valletta FC, kick-off 21:15 at National Stadium
Following a fine 4-2 win over Birkirkara, Valletta will be all out to claim maximum points from this clash in order to keep their hundred percent record. Balzan also won their first game but needed a penalty to edge past Tarxien Rainbows. A better performance is necessary against the Citizens in order to take home another positive result.