TWO protests have been filed against the Wailoku Football Club in the Suva Football Association Local League.
Police and Tamavua filed protests against Wailoku for fielding unregistered players during their local league matches.
The outcome of the hearing will determine Wailoku's fate as the table leaders in Pool One. The side, which has Solomon Islanders, is at the helm followed by Bureta.
However, their lead hangs in the balance.
SFA secretary Shalendra Lal said the case was pending.
"The hearing will be sometimes this week, if latest on Thursday," he said.
"Wailoku will wait and see the outcome of the protest in which Police and Tamavua claimed they fielded players who were illegible to play.
"Nothing has been confirmed but it will be interesting to see the outcome because it will also determine their fate as leaders in Pool One."
Meanwhile during yesterday's matches, North Pole thumped Tacirua 8-0 in the opening game at Buckhurst Park.
Settlers beat Kinston League 2-0 while Bureta recorded maximum points without any sweat against Suva Youth who failed to turn up.
Addisbrough WBD over Quality Aluminium Samabula, North Pole 8 Tacirua 0, Settlers 2 Kinston League 0, Khana Khazana Combine 2 Balolo 0, Country Club 0 Flagstaff 3, Bureta WBD over Suva Youth