RYCOB face Marown and more
Corinthians know they'll top the pile at the close of play today regardless of how they do at home to Old Boys.
They currently hold a six point lead at the summit of the Canada Life Premier League but will be looking to bounce back following defeat in their last outing against Peel.
Peel host St George's in today's game of the day with both teams currently on 15 points.
Geordies have won all five of their matches so far this term, though, and are above Peel in second on goal difference.
Elsewhere in the leagues - and free-scoring Ramsey Youth Centre face a tricky away day at Marown today.
The northern outfit have found the back of the net 37 times in their nine matches so far this season and top JCK Limited Division Two by three points.
Marown are in good form themselves, heading into the match unbeaten in the league since early September.
They can go second if other results go their way.
Meanwhile, Gymns will hope to register their first points of the season this afternoon when they travel to Malew.
Their opponents haven't drawn a single game in JCK Limited Division Two so far this campaign, winning four and losing five.
Failure to win could see Gymns six points adrift at the bottom at the close of play today.
That's if Governor's Athletic can take all the points in their match at home to Douglas and District.