Titikaveka will look to limit Tupapa Maraerenga’s chances of winning the title by causing a major upset in the round-nine clash.
The side regarded as the giant killers will be hoping to bring an element of surprise to the game.
Titikaveka defeated Nikao Sokattak in round six of the Rarotonga Football Competition and will without a doubt come out this afternoon determined to give Tupapa a good run for their money.
Tupapa Maraerenga will look to reclaim their championship title this year and a win against Titikaveka will put them a step closer to that dream.
The side will have to treat this game with extra precaution and bring their good organisation onto the pitch.
Tupapa Maraerenga showed total dominance in their last match against Avatiu and will look to do the same against Titikaveka.
In the other premier men’s match, Matavera will take on Puaikura at the Takitumu School grounds.
In the senior women’s competition, there will be a lot at stake in the clash between Tupapa Maraerenga and Titikaveka today. Both teams have talented players that will look to take any opportunity to score.
Tupapa Maraerenga will need to step up their game as they face a determined Titikaveka team who are on a high after a 4-0 win against Puaikura from last week.
Takitumu School, Matavera: Matavera FC-Puaikura FC – 12.30pm Under 14 Girls (Ref: Robert Savage, Assist: Tione Nand, Angelina Mitchell), 1.30pm Under 14 Boys (Ref: Kura Smith, Assist: Robert. J. Savage, Tione Nand), 2.30pm Senior Women (Ref: Bim Tou, Assist: Kataraina Piri, Mata Iroa), 4pm Premier Men (Ref: Robert Savage, Assist: Mata Iroa, Bim Tou); Titikaveka FC-Tupapa Maraerenga FC at the CIFA complex, Matavera – 12.30pm Under 14 Girls (Ref: Amnish Prasad, Assist: Emilie Pierce, Pierce Iripa), 1.30pm Under 14 Boys (Ref: Noel Mani, Assist: Amene Urirau, Emilie Pierce), 2.30pm Senior Women (Ref: John Pareanga, Assist: Amene Urirau, Maara Kaukura), 4pm Premier Men (Ref: Maara Kaukura, Assist: Amnish Prasad, John Pareanga).