Jemal Johnson and Lokomotiv Sofia resume their quest for a place in Europe as they take on Minyor Pernik in Bulgarian A PFG action on Monday at Stadion Vasil Levski.
Since joining Lokomotiv during the winter transfer window, Johnson has started each game up top at forward for his new club and should expct the same against Minyor.
Currently Lokomotiv are fourth in the league standings but are just one point away from claiming one of the two Europa League berths given to the A PFG.
Monday's match will offer Johnson a great opportunity to find the back of the net for the first time in a Lokomotiv unirform as Minyor have the worst defense in Bulgaria with 34 goals allowed.
The Railwaymen need a win in order to keep pace with city rivals CSKA Sofia and Levski Sofia who are third and second respectively.
Neither club is reporting any major injuries.