August 16, 2017
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Ba, Labasa in contention for second spot

Ba and Labasa remain in contention for the second spot in the Vodafone Premier League as the competition enters its final round this weekend.

Ba has 25 points and plays champions Lautoka at Govind Park on Friday night while Labasa has 21 points and will take on Rakiraki at 3pm on Friday at the FSC Ground in Ra.

The Men In Black will seal the second spot and their place in next year’s OFC Champions League if they are able to beat Lautoka.

A draw or a loss will give hope to Labasa provided the Babasiga Lions beat Rakiraki and Ba in their remaining matches.

In the matches on Saturday, Ba and Labasa will clash at Govind Park at 3pm while around the same time at Prince Charles Park, Nadi will play Suva.

And on Sunday, Rakiraki will host Suva at the FSC ground in Ra at 3pm.

By Reginald Chandar



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