THE COASTAL Premier League will kick off their first set of mid-week fixtures tonight after the Football Mid North Coast association made the decision to play during the week in order to accommodate a full season of regular competition in 2020.
Macleay Valley Rangers, sitting in outright first, take on Boambee FC in Coffs Harbour who are starting to hit their straps after pulling off an upset last Saturday.
The Bombers were coming off a 2-0 home loss to Port Saints when they played Coffs Coast United Lions last weekend with the Lions in first place at the time.
Boambee managed to upset the Lions 1-0, proving why they were listed as one of the competition favourites early in the season.
Rangers will be coming into the game full of confidence after a 3-0 away victory over Taree Wildcats.
Whilst the men in blue and white sit in outright first, Port Saints are snapping at their heels one point behind in second.
Saints will play Taree in a match they are expected to win, meaning if Rangers draw or lose and Saints win, Port will go to the top.
Kick off for the game will be 8pm at Coffs Coast Sport and Leisure Park 2.
Kempsey Saints were also scheduled to play tonight at Verge Street Oval but according to CPL's Facebook page the match has been postponed due to issues with the availability of appropriate personnel to officiate.
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