Rapatona will take on MRDC Hekari United FC at Bisini Soccer Grounds in Port Moresby, while in Lae, Morobe will battle with reigning premiers Lae City Dwellers at the Sir Ignatius Kilage Stadium.
Rapatona will have to push harder to prevent any goals after Hekari outplayed them scoring one goal 1-0 in their last encounter in game one on Saturday.
After suffering defeat to Dwellers 2-0 on Saturday, Morobe must double up in attack to at least score some goals.
Both games kick off at 2pm and will be telecast live on EMTV.
After six weeks of competition, the top team in this champion’s league will be the minor premier and scores a place in the TNSL 2015-2016 season grand final and also qualifies for the OFC Champions League.
The third and fourth placing will not be played but the teams will be awarded the prize money as per the national league point’s ladder.
So far, Hekari and Dwellers are currently leading the points ladder on three points each while Morobe and Rapatona are yet to make their mark.