A REJUVENATED Kaya side hopes to continue its rise in the standings as it takes on PSG Thursday night in the United Football League at the Emperador Stadium in Tagiug.
Coming off a win that moved them on the other half of the rankings, the 2012 League runners-up face the squad formerly known as Pasargad at 7:30 p.m. in the last playing day of the league before the Asian Football Confederation Challenge Cup and the Holy Week break.
A win for Kaya will propel the squad to at least a tie for fourth place with Nomads with 11 points each. The team is coming off a 3-0 blanking of Philippine Army last week, giving new coach David Perkovic a successful debut.
Kaya, however, is expected to be without national team standouts OJ Porteria and Chris Greatwich and will be facing another revitalized team in PSG, which is fresh from booking its first win in six games last Saturday behind a come-from-behind 2-1 victory over Green Archers United.
Philippine Air Force seeks to finally barge in the win column when it faces Pachanga-Diliman earlier at 5:15 p.m.
The Airmen, who lost to fellow Armed Forces squad Army, 3-0, in their last game, are the only winless team in the league after six outings, while Pachanga, the 2012 Division 2 champion, is in sixth place with six points in six games.