BURETA remains the top bet for the super premier grade title in the Suva Football Association weekly club competition.
The side, which has the services of the 2012 Courts Inter District Championship hero Waisake Navunigasau, defeated Police 2-0 yesterday at Bidesi Park to remain in contention for the title.
Club competitions manager Niranjan Prasad said Bureta and Samabula were leading the points table, with the preliminary rounds of the competition ending today.
In the premier grade, Tacirua is leading the race with teams like Country Club and Army still in the frame.
Prasad said the quarter-final matches would be finalised after today's games at Albert Park in Suva.
"We had some really good games in the competition and we expect a better performance from the teams in the finals," he said.
"Tomorrow's (today) games will determine which teams have made it into the quarters which will be played next weekend."
In the other super premier matches played yesterday, North Pole won by default over Uro Combine while Professional Security Civic defeated Vatuwaqa 1-0.
Central Meads held Addisbrough to a nil all draw.
In the premier grade, Country Club defeated Pumas 2-1 while Army and Port Villa were locked 2-all.
Today (Albert Park): G1 10am Samabula-USP (SP), 11.15 Suva Youth-Power Strikers (P), 12.30pm Police-Vatuwaqa (SP), 1.30 North Pole-Samabula (SP).
G2: 10am North Pole-Wailoku (SP), 11.15 Settlers-Country Club (P), 12.30pm Army-Bureta (SP), 1.30 Addisbrough-Wailoku (SP).