The Nigeria Premier League has shifted week 30 matches originally scheduled to be played on Wednesday.
According to the acting Executive Secretary of the league body, Tunji Babalola, the decision to shift the matches is because the League organising body wants all clubs to play all the rescheduled games so as not to give any team an undue advantage.
“We have taken the decision because we don’t want any team in the Premier League to have this advantage of determining what happens to others team because they are yet to complete their matches like others clubs.
“It will give them an advantage that is not good for the league. So instead of playing the week 30 games, majority of the outstanding games will be played.
The matches that will take place this Wednesday include the Owerri tie between Heartland and JUTH of Jos. Dolphins of Port-Harcourt will host Kaduna United, while Sunshine Stars will travel to Gombe to fight for points against Gombe United.
The week 30 games will now be played this weekend.