August 15, 2022
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Two DPL matches this weekend

Only two Digicel Premier League matches will be played this weekend.

Suva will travel to Subrail Park on Saturday to face Labasa at 1.30pm while Rewa will host Navua at Ratu Cakobau Park in Nausori at 3pm on Sunday.

Lautoka currently leads the DPL standing with 32 points, 2 points more than the Delta Tigers who have 4 games in hand.

Suva is third with 29 points and has three matches remaining.

Nadi also with 29 points is fourth due to a lower goal difference.

Nasinu and Tailevu Naitasiri remain in relegation danger with one match remaining.

Nasinu has 9 points and sits at the bottom of the table while Tailevu Naitasiri has 11 points.

The other remaining matches of the DPL will be played after the 2022 Punjas Battle of the Giants tournament in Lautoka.

By Reginald Chandar

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