At the time of writing, Three Kings’ previous match ended in a home loss to Waitakere City FC.
An error at the back saw Waitakere City pounce and take an early lead, before a sublime piece of skill from Rory Turner doubled their lead and earned Turner a brace.
Allan Pearce converted from the spot for Three Kings just before half time to halve the deficit, which saw the end of the goal scoring action but not the drama.
Both sides had chances in the second half, with Three Kings hitting the woodwork twice.
The home team looked to have equalised with around 20 minutes to play, only to have the goal disallowed for what appeared to be a controversial offside call.
Glenfield Rovers have started the season incredibly well, with two victories and a draw to show from their three matches.
Last weekend saw an entertaining encounter against Central United decided deep into injury time, with Kris Carpenter scoring his second goal to earn the away side a 3-2 victory.
Three Kings and Glenfield scored 8 goals between them in last year’s fixtures, and there’s no reason to expect anything different today.