LAHORE - The Pakistan Premier Football is still open for KESC (51) points, Army (49), KRL (48), PIA (47), KPT (45), Afghan FC (39) to get second spot after champion Wapda who won the event on Sunday and became the tournament for the eighth occasion. Wapda gathered unbeatable with 64 points in their 26 of the allotted 30 matches with 20 wins, four drawn games and goal counts of 56-16. Wapda also earned passage into the seventh AFC Presidents Cup qualifier 2011, thus becoming the 56th National Champion of Pakistan. The 240th and last Premier League match will be all-electricity tie on December 30 with KESC taking on Wapda at the Peoples Sports Complex, Mauripur Road, Lyari Town at (2.30 PM). Three more matches were decided in the marathon league. Little Muhammad bin Younus became the leading scorer of KPT with his tenth goal of the event. He, in fact, landed the opener in the eight minute in KPTs 2-0 win over PEL at KPT - Benazir Sports Complex, Kharadar, Karachi. The Portmen thumped goals in early minutes of each session. Their second goal emerged in the 50th minute when striker Shahid Salim saw his drive went past keeper Saqib Hanifs left hand. Pakistani captain Muhammad Essa saved KESC from sure defeat against Navy in 1-1 draw at Peoples Sports Complex, Lyari Town. The seamen were appeared for three points when they led 1-0 through Bilal Afridis 29th minute goal. Down 0-1 at interval, KESC recovered with relentless effort when Essa moved into Rehmans pass to divert the ball into 52nd minute. It was Essas 12th goal of the show. Sharafi Goths Korangi Baloch Stadium, Landhi Town provided exciting PIA-PAF 2-2 all-airmen clash with PAF winger Erfan Ali hammered last-ditch winner in the 89th minute. Winger Hassnain Abbas surged PIA ahead in the 31st minute and they kept their lead until interval. Arif Nawaz neutralized the lead in the 50th minut and PIA regained lead in the 59th minute through spearhead Shakir Lashari who made it 2-1.It was left to 1986 Champion PAFs front line player Erfan to make it 2-2. Meanwhile, the PFF League PTV - Pak Steel tie played for academic interest at Railway Stadium, Lahore as both sides were already eliminated losing both their first two matches. Steels defender Ilyas Ahmed gave gifted goal to PTV when he turned the ball past his own keeper in the 5th minute. Midfielder Amin fired equalizer for Steel in the 20th minute and they got the lead in the 40th minute through Abdul Wahab. Steel led 2-1 at recess and lost the advantage of slender lead when PTVs Fakhre Alam brought the scoreline to 2-2. Todays fixture: Premier League: HBL v KRL (Peoples Sports Complex, Mauripur Road, Lyari Town 2.30 PM), NBP v WAPDA (Sharafi Goths Korangi Baloch Stadium, Landhi Town 2.30 PM), SSGC v Army (KPT - Benazir Sports Complex, West Wharf Road, Kharadar, Karachi 2.30 PM) PFF League: Police v Railways (Railway Stadium 2 PM).