July 14, 2018
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Neighbours to clash in VPL matches

This weekend’s round of Vodafone Premier League matches will see all neighbours face-off against each other.

The Round 2 matches commence today with a clash between Ba and Tavua at Govind Park today. The match kicks off at 3pm.

Ba defeated Tavua 4-2 in their Round 1 encounter at Garvey Park and today’s clash should be exciting as the Men In Black would look to gain more points while bottom placed Tavua will be eager to register an upset win and keep its survival hopes alive.

In the matches tomorrow, defending champion Lautoka will host Nadi at Churchill Park, Labasa and Dreketi will battle it out at Subrail Park while Rewa will host Suva at Ratu Cakobau Park. All matches will kick off at 3pm.

The Rewa vs Suva match will be dress rehearsal for the Southern rivals as they will again clash in the opening match of the 2018 INKK Mobile Battle Of Giants at Churchill Park in Lautoka next Friday.

By Reginald Chandar

Rythm


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