Luxol and Valletta will face each other in the Enemed Futsal Premier League final as they saw off their respective opponents in the semi-finals.
Luxol St Andrews had a comfortable outing against Ta’ Xbiex Futsal after winning 6-0 and register a 12-1 aggregate score.
Gabriel Dobre’s boys were in fine form as Matthew Attard and Everton Veve notched a brace each while Maicon da Silva Gaiewski and Mark Zammit also put their names on the scoresheet.
Valletta found the going tough against University of Malta in the other semi-final although in the end they still won 2-1 for a 6-5 aggregate scoreline.
The Citizens had a better performance following the 4-4 draw in the first leg and used their experience to score in crucial moments of the match.
University of Malta surged ahead through Cleaven Portelli just before the break.
In the second half, the Lilywhites were determined to turn the tie in their favour and managed to strike twice through Jhonn Anderson and Luke Gatt.
Siġġiewi and St George’s are the finalists of the Enemed Challenger League as they saw off their respective opponents.
Siġġiewi stunned Premier League club Mellieħa when they prevailed 4-3 in an extremely exciting semi-final.
The Stripes were determined to progress with Shataizan Zarb in fine form as he netted a brace. Ryan Muscat and Wallace Oliveira were also on the mark.
The Northerners pulled three goals back through a Dusan Petrovic double and Marinko Solarevic.
Faisal Alnakuoo was the main protagonist for St George’s in their 7-1 win over Naxxar Lions.
The latter found the going tough with Alnakuoo a real thorn in the Lions defence when he netted a poker of goals with Jose Luis Lopes, Karl Luke Schembri and Liam Caruana completing the score for the Cottonera side.
Jose Luis Godar Pereira pulled a goal back for Naxxar Lions.
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