The team plays Novas in the second of two fixtures due to be played at the Lebanon House Court in Tudu with Panthers taking on Navy Warriors in the opening tie at 17:00 GMT.
While Panthers rank high in the standings, Warriors low rank in the 13 team standings is likely not to affect the team’s play considering Navy recorded its maiden win in the last round.
By beating Dunks Knights 66-43 in a postponed game on Monday September 19, Warriors have their tails up and ready for battle. However, Junior Reformers need a win to sneak into the top three places in the league.
Reformers lie fourth with seven points from three wins in four games played; with Ghana Police (eight points from wins four wins) inactive for this round, beating Novas is needed to ensure a rise in rank for the side.
Should the team repeat its 92-80 performance over DCD Aspirants in the last round, Reformers looks hard to beat.
By Yaw Adjei-Mintah
@YawMintYM on Twitter