Warri Wolves will host Kano Pillars at Warri City Stadium in what is the biggest match in the Nigeria Professional Football League on Wednesday.
The Seasiders who travelled to Owerri for their week one fixture against Heartland on Sunday with only 14 players will be looking for their first win of the campaign after holding the Naze Millionaires to a draw.
Pillars who had to rely on a late Prince Aggreh strike to beat Rangers at the weekend will fancy their chances against their depleted opponents.
League new boys, MFM FC of Lagos, will take on Rivers United at Agege Stadium.
The Olukoya Boys shocked Nasarawa United 2-1 in Makurdi in their debut game in the top flight at the weekend and will hope to make a further statement by securing another win against the Pride of Benue who beat league champions Enyimba courtesy of a Frederick Obomate free-kick in their opening fixture.
Wikki Tourists, another side that picked a win on the road on match day one against El-Kanemi, will entertain Heartland in Bauchi.
Abdu Maikaba’s men are a tough side to beat at home and the visitors will need to be at their best to earn a positive result in the game.
Rangers will hope to put the woes of their disappointing defeat to Pillars on Sunday behind them when they take on Plateau United at the Nnamdi Azikwe Stadium, while Niger Tornadoes will confont Giwa FC in Minna.
Abia Warriors and El-kanemi Warriors will do battle in Umuahia.
Former Sunshine Stars chairman, Mike Idoko, will look to get one over his former side when Lobi Stars host the Owena Waves at the Aper Aku Stadium, Makurdi.
WEEK TWO FIXTURES
MFM FC. V Rivers United
Lobi Stars V Sunshine Stars
Abia Warriors V El-Kanemi Warriors
Wikki Tourists V Heartland
Warri Wolves V Kano Pillars
Rangers V Plateau United
N.Tornadoes V Giwa FC