Sporting San Miguelito, the solo leader of the 2019 Opening Tournament of the Panamanian Soccer League and led by Colombian Jair Palacios, will start on Saturday the fourth date against the Árabe Unido de Colón, which it is second in the ranks.
First with nine units, Sporting players will have the opportunity to take advantage of their closest rival, which is precisely the Colón team, commanded by the Panamanian World Cup player Abdiel Arroyo and which has added seven integers.
The other pointer of the table, the Club Atlético Independiente (CAI), third with seven units, will go before the Alliance, which occupies the sixth place with six points.
The CAI, led by Venezuelan Francisco Perlo, expects a setback of the first two to take the tip of the tournament, which so far has been balanced for all participants.
The Alianza with the victory also look closely at the top positions.
Saturday's soccer match will come to an end with the game between Costa Del Este, last in the standings without points, goes against the Plaza Amador.
The Plaza "lions", led by the Colombian Javier Álvarez, are positioned eighth with three points and comes from a lost against Sporting, but will try to lift head before the team that occupies in the last place of the list.
On Sunday the fourth closing date of the LPF will close with two matches.
Club Deportivo Universitario of the Argentine Gustavo Onaindia will confront the San Francisco team.
El Universitario, in three dates played, has added six points, while the "monks" of Colombian Gonzalo Soto have three units, product of the triumph on the date three against the Costa del Este.
The defending champion of Panamanian soccer will close the date. The Tauro FC with Enrico Small and Ivan Anderson at the front, will be measured by the Santa Gema, couched by former Panamanian national team player Mario Anthony "Chalate" Torres.
The bulls, with three points and sixth place, come from an awakaning the last date with a resounding 4-0 over the Universitario, with a double punches of Small and Anderson, while Santa Gema, which fights in this tournament to not fall in relegation, is ninth without adding units and will look for its first victory next Sunday.