August 03, 2022
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Waqa, Sharma to miss T/Naitasiri clash

Champions Lautoka will be without striker Saula Waqa and utility Aakash Sharma when they face Tailevu Naitasiri in Round 16 of the Digicel Premier League on Sunday.

The former Ba reps who joined the Blues camp in the mid-season transfer window both have two yellow cards to their name and will have to sit out of the clash.

Waqa has been in top form for the Sugar City boys and has netted goals in all the three matches that he has played while Sharma was impressive in the last two matches.

Former Nadi marksman Sakaraia Naisua is expected to take Waqa's spot and partner national striker Sairusi Nalaubu.

The Tailevu Naitasiri vs Lautoka match kicks off at 2pm at the HFC Bank Stadium in Suva.

By Reginald Chandar


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