Photo: Rivoli United have their fate in their own hands - beat Humble Lion and they remain in the Red Stripe Premier League.
Four teams, Waterhouse FC, Cavalier SC, Rivoli United and FC Reno, are far from safe on the final day of the 2015-2016 season of the Red Stripe Premier League, in what has been a season of intrigue, shock and excitement.
File Photo: Waterhouse FC v FC Reno earlier this season. That game ended 2-2.
The penultimate match day of the 2015-2016 season of the Red Stripe Premier League could turn out to be relegation Thursday, as the two team that have spent the most time in the relegation zone, Rivoli United FC and Waterhouse FC, may both find their premier league status terminated today.
Photo: Kemar Beckford clears the danger for Waterhouse FC during their Red Stripe Premier league game against Cavalier SC on Sunday. The game ended 2-2 after Rodave Murray scored an injury-time equaliser for Waterhouse.
Rodave Murray scored an injury-time equaliser for Waterhouse FC on Sunday, to earn his team a valuable point as they fight to avoid relegation in the Red Stripe Premier League.
Photo: Kemal 'Tull' Malcolm blows by Oshane Jenkins in the Red Stripe Premier League game between Cavalier SC and Arnett Gardens at the Stadium East Field on Monday Night. Malcolm scored his 11th goal of the season to lead Arntett Gardens back to the top of the league on 46 points, one ahead of Montego Bay United.
Photo: Kevin Lamey in action for Waterhouse against Boys Town last Sunday.
Two key games are on today in the Red Stripe Premier League. The resurgent Cavalier SC club will host the freefalling FC Reno at the Stadium East Field starting at 5:00pm while the struggling Waterhouse FC will host Montego Bay United at Drewsland starting at 6:00pm.