MINDORO guns for its first back-to-back victories in the MPBL when it takes on Marikina on Tuesday at the Strike Gymnasium in Bacoor.
The host team Strikers, meanwhile, tries to get back on the winning track when they battle Paranaque.
The Tamaraws scored a big win over the Soccsksargen Marlins last week and took to make it two in a row when they face the struggling Shoemasters at 6:30 p.m.
Holding a 4-7 win-loss mark, the Justin Tan-mentored Tamaraws, led by former PBA player Mac Baracael and swingman Rodel Vaygan take on a Shoemasters squad which has only a win to show in 10 games.
Bacoor faces Paranaque at 8:30 p.m. hoping to quickly get back on track after a loss to the Batangas City Athletics.
It was their third loss in 11 games relegated the Chris Gavina-coached squad to third place in the southern division.
In the 4 p.m. game, the Makati Super Crunch face the Soccsksargen Marlins.
The Super Crunch flirted with disaster against the Pampanga Giant Lanterns, but managed to find ways to win behind Josh Torralba and Kib Montalbo, who drilled in the last four points of the squad, including the buzzer-beating jumper that sent Makati to its eighth win in nine games.