23rd November 2017
Men’s Premier Handball League leaders London GD face second-place Warrington Wolves in a top-of-the-table clash.
NEM Hawks travel to Liverpool, West London Eagles face Nottingham, and Cambridge host Olympia.
GD go into the match Wolves defending a 100% record with five-wins-from-five matches. Wolves won their first three games but have lost and drawn their last two. They know a win would take them within one point of GD. Throw-off at Powerleague Soccerdome Trafford is at 16.00 on Saturday.
NEM Hawks, like Olympia, are just a point behind Wolves, and both teams know victory – combined with a Wolves defeat – would see them leapfrog the defending champions.
Hawks face Liverpool in a North-west derby. Promoted Liverpool go into the match still searching for their first win of the campaign. Hawks, meanwhile, are bidding for their third straight win. Throw-off at Greenbank Sports Academy is at 16.00 on Sunday.
Olympia face Cambridge at Sporthouse Barking. The London side are unbeaten this season with a record of three wins and one draw. Cambridge have lost their last two matches, against GD and Nottingham, by a single goal. Throw-off at Sporthouse Barking is at 15.30 on Sunday, and is preceded by the Women’s Premier Handball League match between the two sides at 13.30 in a great double bill.
West London Eagles host Nottingham at Sporthouse Barking on Saturday. Eagles, like Liverpool, have yet to record a win this season. Nottingham have won two of their four matches, and beat Liverpool in their last match. Throw-off is at 15.00 and follows the Women’s Premier Handball League match between Eagles and London Angels at 12.30.
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