Five-time winners of the Red Stripe Premier League Arnett Gardens will host Dunbeholden at Anthony Spaulding Sports Complex on Monday with both seeking to move up the points standing table.
Both are in the middle of the table, with Arnett seventh on 12 points and Dunbeholder closer to the bottom at ninth with 10 points.
A victory for Arnett will move them up one spot to sixth, ahead of Cavalier, who are on 13 points.
Dunbeholden can advance to sixth in the standing if they can achieve the improbable of a four-goal margin of victory over Arnett. Any other win will move them into the seventh position.
The once fortress of Anthony Spaulding Sports Complex has been weakened somewhat in recent years, with Arnett not dominating their opponents as they used to do in previous years.
This year, from their four matches Arnett have garnered seven from a maximum of 12 points and will be out to improve that against Dunbeholden, who have been unimpressive when travelling, having lost three of their four away matches.
Meanwhile on Sunday, in the late match, Cavalier and defending champions Portmore United drew 0-0 at Stadium East.