August 05, 2022
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Nadroga weary but ready for Nasinu

Nadroga is expecting Nasinu to come out firing in their all-important Digicel Premier League clash this weekend.

Club president Mohammed Ali, said they were under no illusion that the match will be a walk in the park.

“They (Nasinu) will be adamant to get a win, it is an important game for them,” Ali told FijiLive.

“They drew with Suva in their last match, so they are fighting in every match.

“But it is also an important game for us because we are not in a safe place yet on the table, so we will be gunning for a win as well.”

Ali said the his players were in a good position despite a few niggles, but would be ready come game day.

“Just some minor things, but the team is preparing well and ready to get the job done.”

By Noa Biudole


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