Hapoel “Nisanov” Tel Aviv – Maccabi “Shachar” Tel Aviv, 12:00 Wolfs (U19)
Maccabi “Shachar” currently sits in 1st place and will meet Hapoel in the Tel Aviv Derby on Matchday 21 of the Israel Youth Premier League. The Young Yellow & Blue have won 10 our of their last 12 league contests while their rivals are in 10th place with 3 straight losses.

SC Ashdod Zilber – Maccabi “Oded” Tel Aviv, 9:30 Ashdod College 1 (U17)
After a midweek 2:1 win over Bnei Yehuda, Eliezer Ben Aharon’s squad will get back to action with a tricky away match at Ashdod who are in 9th place on the table and are winless in their last 4 matches. The Yellow & Blue are in 1st place with an 11 point gap on the 2nd place side and a game in hand.

Maccabi “Eli Fuchs” Tel Aviv – Beitar Ironi Maale Adumim “Tzav Pius”, Sunday March 4, 15:30 Kiryat Shalom Synthetic (U16)
The Under-16 side drew 3:3 midweek against Maccabi Haifa and will look to get back onto the winning track on Matchday 21 when they host Maale Adumim. The visitors currently find themselves in last place with just 4 points while the young Yellow & Blue are in 5th.

Maccabi “Eldad” Tel Aviv – Hapoel “Rami” Tel Aviv, 10:30 Kiryat Shalom Synthetic (U15 South)
The Under-15 South team won their midweek match against Nes Ziona by a 2:1 score and Ori David’s squad will now welcome Hapoel in a Tel Aviv Derby on Matchday 20. Maccabi is in 1st place and have scored 26 goals while giving up only 1 marker in their last 5 matches. Meanwhile, Hapoel enter the game in 5th place, 13 points away from Maccabi.

Maccabi “Partush” Petah Tikva – Maccabi “Ilan” Tel Aviv, 8:45 Petah Tikva Synthetic (U15 North)
After a 2:1 midweek win over Netanya, the U15 North club will visit the 2nd place side who have won 4 out of their last 5 matches. The Young Yellow & Blue are in 3rd, 5 points away form the host’s.