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Nigeria Premier League Week 2 action get underway

24 February 2016, 13:49Israel Ojoko

Lagos - Week two action of the Nigeria Premier League will get underway on Wednesday without Enyimba, Akwa United and Nasarawa United, who have been excused due to their involvement in continental duties this weekend.

This means Ikorodu United, FC IfeanyiUbah and 3SC will also not be involved in any action on Wednesday.

Warri Wolves will host Kano Pillars in what seem to be the biggest match of the day at the Warri City Stadium in Delta State.

Another potential mouth-watering encounter will be the game between Lobi Stars and Sunshine in Makurdi as both sides renew their football rivalry. A tie between these teams is always eye-catching.

Also read: LMC postpones Enyimba, Akwa, Nasarawa United Week 2 games

Heartland will travel to Bauchi to be hosted by Wikki Tourist, while Lagos will be agog with the game between MFM FC and Rivers United.

MFM won their last game 2-1 away to Nasarawa United, while Rivers were able to squeeze a 1-0 win over Enyimba.

Enugu Rangers play host to Plateau United in another week two encounter to be played in Enugu, while Abia Warriors and El Kanemi slog it out in Umuahia.

Niger Tornadoes will also host Giwa FC from Jos. Both sides lost their first games last weekend and will be all out to redeem their images.

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