The Namibia Premier Rugby League continues on Saturday with all the matches taking place outside the capital Windhoek.
Log leaders Rehoboth are at home to fifth-placed Wanderers in a match that can go either way.
Rehoboth lost their opening match to neighbours Reho Falcon but since then beat Dolphins and Unam to go to the top.
Dolphins and Unam are however struggling at the bottom of the log and Wanderers are sure to provide a much tougher test.
Wanderers also lost their opening match to United going down 42-16 but since then they have beaten Western Suburbs 20-17 away and Kudus 30-17 at home.
Second placed United face a tough match in Narraville against third placed Kudus.
Kudus were the surprise early leaders after beating Dolphins 37-11 and Unam 18-11 but relinquished their lead after losing to Wanderers.
United have a lot of depth this season, fielding up to three teams and are still unbeaten after beating Wanderers and Western Suburbs. But Kudus on their home pitch will be a tough proposition, as United will remember after losing last year’s encounter at the same venue.
The defending champions Reho Falcon will start as overwhelming favourites when they host bottom of the log Dolphins in Rehoboth.
Reho Falcon have won both their opening matches - 23-20 against Rehoboth and 17-3 against Mariental, while Premier League newcomers Dolphins have lost all three their opening matches against Kudus, Rehoboth and Mariental.
In Saturday’s final match, seventh placed Mariental will host eighth placed Unam. Both teams have struggled so far with Mariental recording one win out of two matches (they beat bottom of the log Dolphins 19-12 away) while Unam have lost all three their opening matches against Rehoboth, Kudus and Suburbs.
Saturday’s matches are as follows:
15h15: Mariental v Unam, Mariental
15h15: Kudus v United, Narraville
15h15: Reho Falcon v Dolphins, Rehoboth
15h15: Rehoboth v Wanderers, Rehoboth