Capital are currently leading the standings but with four rounds to be played over two days at ASB Stadium in Kohimarama and look most likely to make the final.
They’re being chased by Auckland Futsal who are trailing by just six points with Central Futsal-Manawatu closing out the top three on 19 points.
If Capital and Auckland can continue their form and make it all the way to the final, the stats will make for an interesting match up.
Despite making the final four times in the six year history of the competition, Capital are yet to win in the final. On the other hand, Auckland have twice won the title, but never on their home court.
The action kicks off on Friday at 11am through to 9.30pm and continues on Saturday from 10am. The semi-finals are on Sunday morning, followed by the final at 2.15pm.
You can watch every match live from Auckland with coverage available here
For a look at how things stand going into Series 3, click here
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