(Caloocan Sports Complex)
4 p.m. – San Juan vs Parañaque
6:30 p.m. – Bataan vs Muntinlupa
8 p.m. – Pasay vs Caloocan
Caloocan and Pasay try to arrest an alarming skid as they shoot for a win at each other’s expense in the resumption of the MPBL Lakan Season at the Caloocan Sports Complex Tuesday.
The Voyagers of Pasay had lost their last three games and they are aching to bounce back on the winning track. They have to do it at the expense of the Caloocan Supremos-Victory Liner, whom they will be facing in the main game at 9 p.m.
Just like Pasay, Caloocan is also looking for that breakout win and beating Pasay could be a good start.
The Supremos had lost their last two games. Currently with 1-5 win-loss mark, they need to win to get themselves out of the cellar. They are currently second to the last in the northern division standings.
Muntinlupa battles an on-and-off Bataan team in the 6:30 p.m. encounter while unbeaten San Juan looks to extend its winning streak against Parañaque at 4 p.m.
The Angelis Resort-backed Cagers had won back-to-back games, but they will be meeting a tough customer in the Risers, who are surprisingly carrying 2-3 win-loss record despite their status as one of the most formidable team this season.
After losing its first four games, Muntinlupa had won back-to-back victories and putting itself into a tie for 12th to 13th places with the Bacolod-Master Sardines in the southern division of this tournament put up by Senator Manny Pacquiao with PBA legend and former MVP Kenneth Duremdes serving as commissioner.
San Juan will be facing a Parañaque team that had lost its last two games. Adding the Patriots to their growing list of victims may be in the agenda of the Go For Gold-backed Knights, who will be looking for their sixth straight victory.