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Sponsor predicts victory

Arin Kumar
Friday, June 20, 2014

MAJOR sponsors Vodafone Fiji are predicting a superb performance from the Flying Fijians tomorrow in their Pacific Nations Cup match against Samoa.

"We are back to winning ways and we are confident of an added win against Manu Samoa at the ANZ Stadium this Saturday (tomorrow)," said Vodafone's managing director Aslam Khan.

"Our boys will definitely be delivering an exhilarating performance and we urge the fans to come out in numbers to support our team."

Since 1924, Fiji and Samoa have clashed 45 times.

Fiji won 26 matches, lost 17 and drew twice.

French referee Mathieu Raynal would be the man in the middle in tomorrow's game while England's JP Doyle and Rohan Hoffman have been named as assistant referees for the match that would kick off at 3pm.

Meanwhile, Japan is leading the northern conference of the PNC with nine points from two wins.

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