Weatherley retuns as Mobay face Portmore
THE second round of the Red Stripe Premier League kicks off with a mouth-watering top-of-the-table clash between leaders Montego Bay United and second placed Portmore United at the Juici Patties field tomorrow at 3 p.m.
In other games, UWI host Arnett Gardens at UWI Bowl, Boys' Town take on Harbour View at Barbican field, and Rivoli travel to Waterhouse.
All starting at 3 p.m., except the Humble Lion Reno game which begins at 5 p.m.
Cavalier face Tivoli at Stadium East on Monday night.
Montego Bay (24) have been formidable under new American coach Timothy Hankinson, with only one defeat and three draws from their 11 matches.
That sole defeat came in the first game of the season at the hands of Portmore and the team will be without Hankinson, who left earlier this week.
MoBay is now under the guidance of Dean Weatherly once again who returned after Hankinson's departure.
The team have the best scoring record in the league, with an impressive 25 goals, nine more than any other team.
If the Montegonians carry their first round form into this game, Portmore will have trouble stopping them from claiming all three points.
Fourth-placed Arnett Gardens are also coming off a loss in their last game, but despite the improvements of UWI and despite playing away, they will favour themselves.
Boys' Town's climb has been gradual but sure. They face a tough task against Harbour View (14), whose form has been indifferent.
Cavaliers (12) and Tivoli (14) are also evenly matched, but Cavalier will be boosted by their four points gained from their last two matches.
Waterhouse and Rivoli, level on points square off in the bottom-of-the-table clash at Waterhouse