The Nigeria Premier League which is expected to resume on July 18 after a World Cup break could be delayed by the current impasse in the Nigeria Football Federation.
However, a top official informed AfricanFootball.com that so far the issue involving Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) does not affect them directly and as such, they will go ahead with the second round of the competition.
Defending champions Kano Pillars lead the table with 34 points from 19 matches.
The other front runners are Nasarawa United (31 points), Abia Warriors (30) and Sharks (30).
At the other end of the table are Nembe City, Gombe United, Kaduna United and Crown FC.
The league champions and runners-up will represent Nigeria at next year’s CAF Champions League.