THREE interesting matches this weekend will mark the continuation and the end of Round 1 of the Suva Cricket Association weekly competition at Albert Park.
Defending champions HMT Army will face Westpac Sarafui in one semi-final while the BSP Titans will take on TKG Yadrana in the other.
Competition was initially scheduled to conclude before Christmas but Cyclone Evan left the association without a choice but to postpone all games.
Members of the Army team have also been busy with relief efforts in the cyclone-ravaged Western Division.
This Saturday, the Army players intend to wreak havoc on their opponents, however, organisers are adamant Sarafui will be no pushovers.
Association president Adriu Misiki said the Titans and Army were the favourites.
"The Titans, topped Pool I and will be the favourites to win the game against Yadrana, who are the runners-up from Pool II, while Army is the outright favourite to win the competition," he said.
"Looking at the preparation, we will not be counting out Sarafui as they were busy training all week long preparing their boys for the mammoth task ahead of them which is trying to creating history by surprising Army this Saturday."
Misiki has called on cricket fans to be at Albert Park to witness the semi-final and the final in the afternoon.
"We intend to complete Round 1 this Saturday and so we will have the semi-finals in the morning and the finals in the afternoon.
"So we would like to encourage cricket enthusiasts to come forward and cheer for the four teams this Saturday," he said.
Round two competition will commence the following week.