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Labasa to work on discipline

Labasa’s head coach Ravneel Pratap has says his team is focusing on improving discipline as they get ready for their game against Suva this Sunday.

The Lions were held to a draw by Nadroga last weekend, a game which saw Labasa players receiving six cards.

Pratap says the need for better behavior on the field has become a priority.

“It’s not a one-day fix. We’re known for playing hard, but we’re really working on not getting cards that could hurt us in important matches,” he told FijiLive.

The team is also looking forward to the possible return of Taniela Waqa, who has just come back from Australia, depending on if he’s fit to play by the weekend.

With Suva showing strong performance recently, Pratap is taking the upcoming match seriously.

“Suva has gotten better after their first game. They played well against Rewa, so we know they can challenge us,” he said.

The Babasiga Lions are set to face off against the Capital City Boys this Sunday at 1 pm at Ratu Cakobau Park in Nausori.

Simran Chand
Simran Chand
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