Following is the revised fixture list for the upcoming S.League following the conclusion of the general election.
|Day||Date||Home Team||Away Team||Venue||Re-Location / Remark|
|Mon||9-May||Courts Young Lions||Geylang United FC||Jalan Besar||Jalan Besar (Reverse Fixture - 10 Aug 2011 played at Bedok Stadium)|
|Tue||10-May||Albirex Niigata FC (S)||Woodlands Wellington FC||Jurong East||Jalan Besar|
|Wed||11-May||Tanjong Pagar United FC||Singapore Armed Forces FC||Clementi||Jalan Besar|
|Thu||12-May||Gombak United FC||Home United FC||Jurong West||Jalan Besar|
|Fri||13-May||Balestier Khalsa FC||Etoile FC||Jalan Besar||No Changes|
|Sat||14-May||Courts Young Lions||Woodlands Wellington FC||Jalan Besar||No Changes|
|Sun||15-May||Tampines Rovers FC||Albirex Niigata FC (S)||Tampines||No Changes|
Except for matches to be held from the 13th May to 15th May, all matches for the coming week 13th will be played at the Jalan Besar Stadium with Courts Young Lions be facing Geylang United on 9th May.
Interesting fact is the Young Lions had their best showing this season against the Eagles in front of Pele and Cantona (pictured above).
While not so much for Balestier Khalsa would want to return to the ground along Horne Road for having suffered crashing defeats back to back to Tampines Rovers and Home United in space of five days, but their unchanged fixture against defending champions Etoile FC will be the test of character to see if the wounded Tigers can bounce back in recent poor run of late.
And almost claiming JBS as their "home ground" by coach Steven Tan, Tampines Rovers (pictured above) will be having for their first home in weeks at Tampines Stadium when they take on Albirex Niigata (Singapore) following their cruncher match at Bangkok vs Muangthong United in their continental campaign.