July 21, 2012
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PNG duo to lead Lions attack

By Sunil Sharma

Labasa coach Epeli Levaci will field Papua New Guinea's Wira Wama and Kema Jack upfront  with Maciu Dunadamu against defending champion Rewa tomorrow.

Jack and Dunadamu will feature as strikers while Wama will be on the right flank and will switch to the striker's position from time to time to keep opponents guessing about  their game plan.

Speaking to FijiLive, Levaci said after wrapping up training today, he has decided on the team to take on Rewa and will be opting for 5-3-2 formation.

"I wanted to check Jack and Wama's fitness and see how best they fit with the rest of the boys and so far things look pretty good and they both will be in the starting lineup," he said.

"Rewa will be very tough opponents and we cannot afford to take things easy therefore the players have been briefed about the game and we expect them to deliver the best at home."

"I want to ask the fans to come out in numbers and support the boys by boosting their morale through a high attendance and loud cheers."

With Akuila Mateisuva in goal, Levaci will use inspirational Taniela Waqa, Apisalome Turuva, Posiano Kalisito, Ilaitia Tuilau and Kavaia Rawaqa in defence.

Pita Bolaitoga will combine with Taione Kerevanua and Wama in midfield with Dunadamu and Jack heavily relied on for the goals.

The Labasa versus Rewa match will start at 3.00pm tomorrow at Subrail Park.

FijiLive


 

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