December 19, 2017
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Lautoka faces Tavua in VPL opener

Defending champion Lautoka will open its 2018 Vodafone Premier League campaign against newly promoted Tavua in the second weekend of January.

The fixtures of the competition were confirmed by Fiji Football Association's National League Board in the weekend.

Two other matches will be played in the first round on January 13 and 14. Last season's runners-up Ba will play Nadi while southern neighbours Rewa and Suva will face-off.

Labasa and Dreketi are on a BYE in the first weekend and will make a tour of the central division the following week where they will take on Suva and Rewa respectively in two matches.

By Reginald Chandar

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