August 09, 2020
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6 teams remain in semifinal contention

Six teams remain in contention for a semifinal spot in the 2020 Punjas Battle of the Giants which has headed into its final day of group matches.

So far only Nadi has qualified for the semifinals while Lautoka has bowed out.

Group A is still wide open and all four teams are in with a chance to qualify.

Ba leads the group with 4 points and will just need a draw over Suva in its last match to progress. Suva on the other with 1 point, will need to register a big win to keep its hopes alive.

Defending champion Labasa with 2 points will need to beat Nasinu to proceed to the last four while Nasinu with 3 points has a good chance as well.

Rewa and Navua will battle for the remaining spot in Group B.

Both teams have a win each from their two matches and the winner of their match will accompany Nadi.

By Reginald Chandar

 

 


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