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Suva to face Labasa in national league top of the table clash

Zanzeer Singh
Sunday, April 27, 2014

THE Gurjeet Singh-coached Suva team will face Labasa in the top of the table clash at the Skipper Tuna National Football League competition next weekend.

Suva leads the competition with a perfect record of six wins from as many matches.

A win in this encounter will boost the Capital City team's chance of topping the competition and securing a spot in the Oceania Football Confederation Champions League next season.

The Fiji Football Association released the fixtures after a one month break to allow the OFC Champions League group stage to be played in the country.

In other matches, Rewa will host Navua at Ratu Cakobau Park while Lautoka and Nadi will battle at Churchill Park.

In the premier division, Tavua will host Lami at Garvey Park, Nasinu will play Northland Tailevu at Buckhurst Park and Vatukoula will take on Lami at Theodore Park.

The Northern Division matches will be played at the Munidevo Primary School ground in Dreketi.

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