DISTRICT reps Amani Makoe and Eliki Ravosai will lead Foodhall Gandhi Lionz's campaign against Solovi in the Nadi Football Association ATMS-sponsored local league quarter-finals at Prince Charles Park tomorrow.
The Lionz are among the top seeds in the competition.
Nadi Football Association local league director Mohammed Nasir said they had come to the knockout stages in the super premier division.
Nasir said interest was high among the clubs because the matches were being held on a regular basis.
"The league has been running smoothly and we have taken every opportunity to host local league games this season to keep the momentum and interest high among the teams," Nasir said.
"In the first quarter-final, favourites Network Builders Blues, led by Nadi reps Lekima Gonerau and William Valentine, take on Best Promotion Andhra. The Blues have been on fire all season and topped their pool.
"In the second quarter-final, Malolo will play Nalovo Sangam. This promises to be a blockbuster encounter. Malolo has been very consistent with players such as Nadi defender Ame Votuni, midfielder Munit Krishna and sweeper Ilimotama Jese leading the charge.
"Nalovo will rely on the national under-20 strikers Napolioni Qasevakatini and Rusiate Matarerega. Another favourite for the title, DCA Sports, led by Fiji team keeper Benaminio Matainaqara, will take on Namaka Football One which includes Uraia Loki."
The last round of pool games will be held in the premier division.
The league starts at 9am.