After a long hiatus, Hurst City looked a little unpolished in their win over Real Euless. And they still won by three. There's no doubt as to who sits atop the league.
#2 – Atlético Central (CJH)
Central took care of business in an important match against Bedford and have positioned themselves for a second-place finish in 2020. This is the closest we've been to a Red vs. Blue Champions cup since 2016.
#3 – Bedford United (BJH)
The Broncos struggled to find space on the field and generate an attack over the span of their match against Atlético. They've got good pieces and a respectable defense, but their playoff destiny rests on an unstable offense.
#4 – Real Euless (EJH)
Eligibility issues gutted Real Euless on the eve of a crucial match against the league leaders. They'll need a stellar performance against Central to sneak into the playoff; that starts with grades and discipline off the field.
#5 – Spartans FC (CJH)
Rainouts made this season a little silly, but no one could have guessed that the best Goal Differential in the league would belong to Spartans. The Silver and Navy control their playoff destiny: win or draw next week and they're in.
#6 Raiders United (HJH)
The Reds have yet to struggle, handling a resilient Blackhawk team that very nearly leveled their last match in the closing minutes. The season finale against Spartans will undeniably be a Statement Game.
#7 – Blackhawk SC (Harwood)
After a rough introduction to the league, BSC looked to have found a rhythm. They kept pace with Raiders late in the match and very nearly stole their first point, but couldn't find the final push at the death.
#8- Stallions FC (EJH)
It's a tough year for Euless. Stallions lost some key players to Real Euless on emergency call-up and looked like a team that hasn't quite developed on the pitch. Still, they have a shot at a happy ending against Blackhawk SC.