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MFM 3 - 0 EL KANEMI WARRIORS 
MFM produced a blitz of a performance in the first half to overrun El-Kanemi Warriors 3-0 in the top-of-the-table clash. Austine Ogunye, Sikiru Olatunbosun and Stephen Odey scored for MFM. Fidelis Ilechukwu's men returned to winning ways after their humiliating 0-4 loss at Nasarawa United last weekend. The hosts wrap up the game with three goals under 25 minutes in the first half with Ogunye Austine, Olatunbosun Sikiru and NPFL leading top scorer, Stephen Odey netting a goal each. The Lagos club are now top of the pile with 33 points with Plateau United and El-Kanemi dropping to second and third positions respectively.
KATSINA UNITED 2 - 1 ENYIMBA  
Two-time African champions Enyimba missed the chance to stay within touching distance of the pacesetters following their 1-2 defeat at Katsina United. The Peoples Elephant took the lead through Chinedu Ohanachom on 20 minutes before Obinna Eleje's goal cancelled the lead in added time of first half. Chinedu Udechukwu scored the winner for Katsina United with seven minutes to time after good work from Destiny Ashadi. In spite of Katsina United’s win, there were reports of violent acts from Katsina fans who pelted the Enyimba bus with stones and injured some of the occupants.

SHOOTING STARS 2 - 1 NIGER TORNADOES
Shooting Stars put up an excellent performance to defeat Niger Tornadoes 2-1 at the Lekan Salami stadium. Sunday Faleye opened the scoring for Shooting Stars in the 36th minute before Wilfred Ammeh equalised for Tornadoes on 76 minutes. But in the 81st minute Emmanuel Asiri scored the winner to give Shooting Stars the win as the Ibadan club now occupy 13th with 22 points, one above the drop zone.

KANO PILLARS 0 - 1 AKWA UNITED
Former Federation Cup champions Akwa United won for the first time on the road this season in the Nigeria Professional Football League (NPFL) by defeating Kano Pillars 1-0 at the Sani Abacha Stadium on Sunday.
Christian Pyagbara combined with Alhassan Ibrahim to score for Akwa United after 19 minutes and that turned out to be the only goal of a keenly-contested match. It was the first time that Akwa United would win in Kano after eight attempts. The win ensures that Akwa United are now in fifth place and on 26 points, seven behind league leaders MFM FC.

WIKKI TOURISTS 3 - 1 GOMBE UNITED
Chukwudi Samuel, Abubakar Lawal and Hassan Hussein scored for Wikki Tourists as they saw off Gombe United in the northeast derby. Sadiq Shuaibu's goal for the Scorpions did not affect the outcome at a packed Abubakar Tafawa Balewa Stadium in Bauchi.

SUNSHINE STARS 1 - 0 REMO STARS 
Sunshine Stars, who are in talks with former Nigeria head coach Austin Eguavoen to manage their team, needed a first half strike from Thomas Adeshina to secure a 1-0 win over Remo Stars who are still mourning the death of their goalkeeper trainer " Perez" in the southwest derby. Both clubs now found themselves in the bottom-four.

ABS 1 - 0 NASARAWA UNITED 
ABS left it late at the Kwara State Stadium to defeat a plucky Nasarawa United team 1-0 to get the first three points in 5 games in a row in NPFL. Centre-back Ernest Governor scored the winner from Samuel Oyedeji's assist.

RIVERS UNITED 1 - 0 ABIA WARRIORS  
Rivers United eased to a 1-0 win over Abia Warriors after Emeka Ogbugh smashed a spot kick fiercely on 32 minutes to put Rivers United ahead. 

LOBI STARS 0 - 0 FC IFEANYI UBAH 
FC Ifeanyi Ubah are currently five games unbeaten(3 home wins and 2 away draws) after a great draw at Makurdi, This is the only game that fail to produce a goal in match day week 18 in NPFL. 
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