Akari- Adamson and Wangs Basketball-Letran mixed it up on Thursday with both teams going all out for a win in the 2018 PBA D-League Aspirants' Cup at Ynares Sports Arena in Pasig.
"We'll take care of business," he said as the Couriers aim to improve their 5-2 standing.
The Falcons are determined to improved on it 6-2 record to cement their place in the playoffs and stay in contention for an outright semi-final spot.
"All the teams are competitive this conference. We can't be deceived by the standings because any team can compete in any given day," said Akari-Adamson coach Franz Pumaren.
The Falcons defeated Batangas-EAC, 89-79, last Thursday and remains the favorite entering the 2 p.m. encounter.
While he admits his squad will be waering the underdog tag, Wangs Basketball- Letran coach Jeff Napa said his troops are prepared to play against their last four opponents.
"Kahit sino ang makatapat namin, handa lang kami. Iniisip lang namin, manalo ng manalo."
Wangs-Letran is coming off a slim 91-88 win over Go for Gold last Monday.