Hosts AS Tefana and Auckland City are in pole position to advance to the OFC Champions League semi finals with one round of group matches remaining.
A brace from Clayton Lewis gave Auckland a 2-0 victory over Lae City Dwellers from Papua New Guinea to move them top of Group C on a maximum six points.
Captain Henry Fa'arodo's 75th minute penalty sealed Western United's 2-1 win over Vanuatu's Malampa Revivors, putting them on three points with Lae City.
In Group D action from Papeete, Tefana have maximum points after scoring in each half to beat Rewa from Fiji 2-0.
And Vanuatu's Erakor Golden Star recorded their first win in Oceania competition, coming from a goal down to beat Solomon Islands champions Marist 2-1.
Erakor defender Brian Kaltack sat out the match, after being sent off in their opening game against Tefana, but watched on as his cousin Tony scored twice, including the 85th minute winner.
"To get our first win that's a boost ahead of us - our heads up for the next game against Rewa," he said.
"They were just giving every breath they have and they just showed that football is simple and nothing is impossible - everything is possible in football - so they just did their best and got the three points."
"We've got out last game to go against Rewa and the result yesterday shows...we still have faith and we [can] still get this thing going and we know our last game we have to score, we have to win that game.
"And we expect Marist to do the same because Marist they won't come easy against Tefana."
Erakor need a big win against Rewa and hope that Tefana lose against Marist, if they're to have a chance of finishing top of the group and advance to the semi finals.