April 28, 2022
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Blues regroup for Rewa clash

Defending champions Lautoka have shifted their focus to their second Digicel Premier League clash of the week against Rewa on Sunday.
 
After a controversial 2-1 loss to Ba at home last night, Coach Anginesh Prasad said they will go for recovery and regroup before they host the Delta Tigers.
 
Prasad said while he is not happy with the red card situation, there were a lot of learning and takings from the match.
 
"We are just concentrating on Sunday's match."
 
"What happened yesterday has happened and yes, there were lessons which we have learnt as we head towards the match against Rewa."
 
"Ba gave us a tough time and now we will re-group and do some tough ups."
 
Lautoka vs Rewa match kicks off at 3pm at Churchill Park.
 
By Romeka Romena


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