ONE team that can’t seem to lose and another that can’t find the killer’s instinct square off on Tuesday night in the United Football League at the Emperador Stadium in Mckinley Hill.
Loyola Meralco guns for a fourth straight victory as it takes on a Green Archers United side that has settled for a draw in its first three games.
Kickoff is at 5:15 p.m. in a match that will be succeeded by the game between defending champion Stallion and Kaya.
The league-leading Sparks take the field for the second time in four days after they shut out Pasargad last Saturday, displaying their depth by giving Simon Greatwich, PJ Fadrigalan, and Boyet Cañedo their first start of the season.
Greatwich also showed his versatility as he played three positions — starting at center midfield, moving to right back, before finishing as striker — en route to scoring a brace, equaling the output of star striker Phil Younghusband.
“It’s very good to have players mature enough to play multiple positions,” Sparks coach Vince Santos said.
The Archers, led by Chieffy Caligdong, failed to build on an early as they settled for a 1-1 stalemate against Division 1 rookie Socceroo also last Saturday.