June 06, 2018
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Ba and Lautoka to clash in VPL

Defending champion Lautoka will return to Vodafone Premier League action after two months on Sunday and will host arch rivals and neighbors Ba in the lone fixture of the weekend at Churchill Park.

The Blues were excused from the competition as they were participating in the OFC Champions League where they finished second after losing the two legged final to Team Wellington of New Zealand.

The Kamal Swamy coached side has 9 maximum points from its three appearances in the VPL and will be out to register its fourth consecutive win.

Ba on the other hand has 10 points from   five matches and will also be out to do better after bombing out of the group stages in the Vodafone Premier League.

The all exciting match kicks off at 3pm.

By Reginald Chandar

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