It's going to be a big S.League week for...
It's a must-win match for Warriors FC while Darren Stewart and Patrick Vallee have to stop the rot at their clubs.
Alex Weaver has certainly done a fantastic job in transforming Warriors' fortunes and making them look like title contenders once more.
However, the eight-time S.League champions cannot afford to lose more ground on league leaders Brunei DPMM when they come visiting on May 22 if they wish to keep on their coat-tails in the title race.
Win, and the Bruneians' lead will be cut to just four points. If they lose, the gap will be stretched to a rather daunting-looking 10.
Despite coming to the S.League with the taint of his doomed spell at Blackburn Rovers over him, the Scotsman has certainly proven that he has more than enough credentials to manage a team at this level with Brunei DPMM seemingly running away in the title race.
However, Kean's management skills will be tested if he is to ensure that complacency doesn't set in.
DANIEL BENNETT AND MARIN VIDOSEVIC
The league's top two scorers in Roy O' Donovan and Rodrigo Tosi, who have 23 goals between them are coming to town. Good luck keeping them quiet, chaps.
Three matches, three draws. While most teams would be content with that sort of record against Albirex Niigata, Home United and Warriors FC, Tampines Rovers interim boss Rafi Ali isn't in charge of most teams.
The former Singapore international will enter the Stags match looking for his first win, but he will also know that despite their opponents' lowly position in 11th, the Courts Young Lions have been able to hurt them in the past.
Nothing but a win will do if Tampines are to even hope to challenge for the S.League title.
It seems like a long time ago when Woodlands Wellington pulled off a surprise win over defending champions Tampines on April 18.
Since then, Darren Stewart's Rams have embarked on a four-game winless streak, drawing two and losing two.
The Aussie will certainly want to get one over his former team Balestier Khalsa to get his side back on track.
TANJONG PAGAR UNITED
It has certainly been a strange season for the Jaguars after the high of reaching the Singapore Cup final and finishing sixth in the league while playing some an attractive brand of football.
Now, Patrick Vallee's side are nearer the bottom of the table than they are to sixth place.
A win over Amin Nasir's mercurial Hougang United could be what the Frenchman needs to lift his flagging troops.