December 06, 2021
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Remaining games are crucial for Suva: Khan

Suva Coach Babs Khan says the next two matches in the Digicel Premier League will be crucial for the Whites and they will need to win both to stay in contention for the title.
Khan said the morale boosting 2-1 win over Lautoka yesterday has set the platform for them to maintain their consistency and put some serious threat on the Blues who are currently leading the standing.
"The gap is getting closer to Lautoka but the boys played really well and gave in their best."
"Lautoka gave us a good match but we started off early and maintained the pressure."
"We just have two games remaining and both will be very tough. We will host Labasa and then play Ba in an away fixture."
"Both are going to be tough teams because we have seen them play but we will go back and regroup and train harder."
"For both the matches, we will need to score and win so we will have to put up a good finishing and also make our defence strong."
"We want to win balls and take advantage of the scoring chances because we cannot afford to drop any more points in the competition," he added.
Unique Rubber Stamp Suva will take on Labasa at 3pm on Sunday.
By Romeka Romena  

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