NPFL Clash of the Titans: Aqua United vs. Kano Pillars in Round 27 against 9ja Flavor

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The 27th round of the 2020/21 NPFL season will take place on Sunday, June 13, in various centers of the country.

At the Ahmadu Bello Stadium in Kaduna, Kano Pillars, the runner-up, will face league leader Aqua United in a showdown between both sides just one point apart at the top of the NPFL standings.

Nasarawa United will face Plateau United at Lafia Township Stadium amid a vital home win last time. The Solid Pitmen have performed well this season and are currently ranked third in the NPFL standings.

FC “Katsina United”, which is threatened with relegation, will host Enyumba at the stadium of Muhammadu Dikko. Visitors will be very pleased with the return of striker Anayo Ivoal and goalkeeper John Noble of the Super Eagles.

Rivers United will face Adamawa United at Antami Stadium in Gombe, aiming to become one of the top three in the league. The Pride of Rivers won their last league game and will strive to continue that path.

Heartland FC will host the Jigawa Golden Stars tournament at Dan Anyiam Stadium. The Naze Millionaires will be looking to improve their performance after their last humble loss at Aqua United.

Wikki tourists will strive to keep fit and turn their draws into victories as they play the improved FC Ifeanyi Ubah at Abubakar Tafawa Balewa Stadium in Bauchi.

Kwara United will be looking to bounce back from defeat by Ifeani Ubah FC when they host IMF FC at Kwara State Sports Complex. Afonja Warriors continue to fight for the title and know that winning can go a long way towards their aspirations.

The Abia Warriors will host the Lobi Stars at Okigwe Township Stadium as they hope to end a streak of five consecutive league draws. With the resumption of the second half of the season, Umuahia landlords have collapsed in shape and will seek to correct the decline.

Having just scored their first win since January, the Sunshine Stars will visit Nnamdi Azikiwe Stadium in Enugu to face the ineffective Rangers International.

Warry Wolves will be looking to bounce back from defeat at Nasarawa United when they host Dakkad at Ozoro Poli Stadium. Both sides have lost in the last round of matches and will strive to win their games.

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