May 06, 2022
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Lions expect tough grind against Blues

The Labasa football team is not underestimating defending champs Lautoka in their Digicel Premier League fixture tomorrow.
 
Head Coach Ravneel Pratap said the Blues can be a tough team to beat and know the match will be intense. 
 
Pratap said last week's win against Tailevu Naitasiri has encouraged and boosted the winning spirit in the players.  
 
"Lautoka is a good team and also a team which we cannot take lightly."
 
"They made a comeback and drew with Nadi so we have to be careful of the game they play."
 
"The last time we played them we lost and won a match and it’s not easy beating them but with the fan support at home, I’m sure the players will feel backed up and give in their best."
 
"After the win against Tailevu Naitasiri we continued our training on our finishing and our backline because we want to be consistent with our performance."
 
"Performance wise we were good but somewhere in the middle we lost our rhythm and we are trying to get that back. The boys are prepared for the match tomorrow," he added.
 
NZ Fan base Labasa will take on Lautoka at 1.30pm at Subrail Park in Labasa.
 
By Romeka Romena


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