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Sabah, one of the five teams still fighting for an automatic place in next year's eight-team Super League, will be heading to neighbouring Brunei for a three-match playing tour during the two-week break for M-League.
The Premier I title race is still too tight to call, with five teams still locked in a fierce battle and it looks like the issue will only be decided on the final day of the league on Aug 2.
The Canaries soared to the top of the Premier I standings after Saturday night's 3-1 away win over basement side Terengganu.
If things go according to script, then expect Selangor Public Bank to be crowned Premier II champions at the Selayang Municipal Council Stadium tonight.
It was a night of mixed fortunes for the two East Malaysian sides. Sabah stayed in the hunt for the Premier I title while neighbours Sarawak saw their hopes go up in smoke.
Premier I title outsiders Sarawak will be without a key player in each of the outfield department in the match against unpredictable Kelantan in Kota Baru tonight.
The fate is in Kedah#8217;s and Perlis#8217; hands to set the stage for an explosive finish in the race for the Premier I football title.
Coach Jorgen Larsen is not at all excited over Kedah#8217;s prospect to win the Premier I football title. Instead, he has poured cold water over his team being counted as favourites to win the title.
Selangor are left with a face-saving task in their remaining matches in Premier I. The top six teams in Premier I get automatic qualification to the Super League.
The race for the Premier I football title is set to become a run in tandem on the home stretch for the top three teams - defending champions Perak, Kedah and Perlis.