Ikorodu United 1-1 El-Kanemi Warriors
Yemi Olasupo's goal salvaged a point for Ikorodu United against El-Kanemi Warriors at the MKO Abiola Stadium on Sunday.
The Desert Warriors drew the curtain raiser courtesy of Samuel Mathias' superbly dispatched free kick before Ikorodu United fought back to earn a point.
The draw means the Oga Boys remain 19th on the log with 23 points and 20 points behind Warriors.
In an intense game, Ikorodu United, had to fight hard in an attempt to prevent a lose to Elkanemi Warriors.
At the blast of the final whistle in Abeokuta, both teams shared the spoils.
Nasarawa United 1-0 Enugu Rangers
Philip Azango's 66th minute goal handed Nasarawa United a 1-0 win over Enugu Rangers at the Aper Aku Stadium.
The goal and the eventual triumph left the passionate Nasarawa United fans extremely excited.
The victory earned the Solid Miners their 16th maximum points of the 2016 season.
Rangers had two goals disallowed by the match referee in the keenly contested war in Makurdi.
Nasarawa United bowed down 1-0 to Plateau United thanks to a second half penalty strike by Benjamin Turba on Monday. Nothing apart from victory was therefore expected in the game and they didn’t disappoint.
Rangers came into the match prepared to stretch Nasarawa United but the very determined Lafia-based side ensured that the visitors returned to their base empty-handed.
Sunshine Stars 1-1 Heartland FC
Heartland FC were held to a 1-1 draw by Sunshine Stars in a top tier fixture at the Akure Township Stadium.
Chidiebere Ajoku opened the scoring in the second minute of injury time before Kehinde Adedipe equalised for the Owena Waves.
The score was a priceless one for the Naze Millionaires as they continue their battle against relegation.
Most of the play was concentrated in the middle of the park with both teams struggling to find a way past the opposition's defensive line.
Stars ended the first half the stronger of the two sides with a flurry of chances.
The bad reaction of Akure fans marred the intriguing battle that produced two goals in a late show.
Ajoku shocked the jam-packed home fans with his finish past a helpless David Ariyo.
Adedipe delivered a timely goal to level matters for Sunshine Stars.
Rivers United 2-0 Plateau United
Rivers United proved why they have been tipped to end up with a silverware ahead of their 'Super Clash' with Enugu Rangers next Sunday.
The Pride of Rivers accounted for the scalp of Plateau United at the Yakubu Gowon Stadium to go joint-top of the table with Wikki Tourists after the completion of week 33 matches.
Plateau United saw their four-match winning streak snapped by Rivers United.
Ovoke Bernard and Olalekan Gabriel were on target for Stanley Eguma's side.
The goals were notched in each half of the game with Ovoke opening the scoring from the penalty arc in the 31st minute before Olalekan put the icing on the cake ten minutes from time.
Niger Tornadoes 2-0 Lobi Stars
It was triple tragedy for Lobi Stars as they lost 2-0 at the Confluence Stadium to Niger Tornadoes.
Their continental dreams suffered a blip, coach Evans Ogenyi was sent to the stands and top striker Kingsley Eduwo was red carded for dissent.
Tornadoes, who were more comfortable at the match venue, went ahead under five minutes when forward Kunle Isa met a long thrust before unleashing a thunderous teaser which struck the bar before landing in the net.
15 minutes after the break. Solomon Owello doubled the lead from the penalty spot.
FC Ifeanyi Ubah 1-0 Wikki Tourists
FC Ifeanyi Ubah kept their title hopes alive with a slim 1-0 victory over Wikki Tourists at the Ifeanyi Ubah Stadium on Sunday in Nnewi.
Former Heartland star Jimoh Oni popped up on 71 minutes to score the match winner.
It was a match the Anambra Warriors had to dig deep to pick the points after the MA Boys showed enough fit for the fight.
The result pushed FC Ifeanyi Ubah to 3rd in the table with 52 points.
Wikki Tourists remain at the summit of table with 53 points, the same with Rivers United, though they have better goal difference than the Pride of Rivers.