A struggling Philippine Army side seeks to move out of the direct relegation zone as it takes on Nomads on Saturday night in the United Football League at the Emperador Stadium in Taguig.
In probably their best chance to rise from the bottom of the 10-team pile, the Troopers face a fellow struggling side in the eighth-ranked Nomads at 8:30 p.m.
Arresting a seven-game slide remains a tough task for the Troopers, who will be facing a Nomads side that snapped its own eight-game skid after forcing fancied Loyola Meralco to a 2-2 draw last time.
A win for the Troopers, who have four points to show, will propel them to ninth place, past fellow military club Air Force.
Nomads, on the other hand, will overtake PSG in seventh place if it defeats Army.