Nine provincial winners in the country have been battling each other in a round robin-format group phase divided in two groups since Monday with the top two teams in the groups set to be promoted to the NFD in today’s fixtures.
Kwa-Zulu Natal champions Kings United are on top the standings in Group A with seven points from three matches.
They KZN champs will play Tornado from Eastern Cape in their last game of the Tournament at Kaizer Sebothelo Stadium, in Botshabelo.
Second placed Steenberg United who are on six points will be hoping Tornado do them a favour by beating Magesi, and they win their tie Orbit College from North West top the mini-log standings.
Meanwhile in Group B, Limpopo Champions Magesi FC currently top the standings with six points, as they enjoy a three point gap from the home side Manco Millano who are second and third Placed JDR Stars from Gauteng.
Magesi only need a draw to secure a promotion spot to the NFD against JDR in Botshabelo.
Manco will take on Northern Cape champions Morester Jeug in their last game at Dr P Molemela Stadium.
Teams that finish on top of each group today do not only get promotion to the second tier, but will battle it out in the final of the competition for a R1 million grand prize money.