July 30, 2018
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VPL resumes this weekend

The Vodafone Premier League resumes this Sunday with newly crowned Battle Of Giants (BOG) champion Ba hosting defending champion Lautoka in the feature match at Govind Park.

The Western giants clashed in group stage matches of the BOG a fortnight ago and Lautoka won the fixture 2-0 despite failing to qualify for the semifinals.

In other matches on Sunday, BOG finalist Suva will travel to Prince Charles Park to face Nadi while Rewa will host Tavua at Ratu Cakobau Park.

All matches will commence at 3pm.

In a midweek fixture next Wednesday, Labasa will play neighbours Dreketi at 7pm.

Lautoka currently leads the standings with 21 points and is the only unbeaten team in the competition after nine matches.

By Reginald Chandar

Rythm


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