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Lautoka confident of a win against Ba

Maciu Malo
Saturday, August 30, 2014

LAUTOKA is confident of winning against hot favourite Ba in the Inkk Mobile Battle of the Giants semi-final at the ANZ Stadium this afternoon.

Lautoka soccer administrator Sanjay Prasad said Ba team could be beaten and he has faith in his players to do wonders for their fans.

He said the team had proven their worth during the pool games and his players have what it takes to win the title.

"Even though we are going into the semi-final as underdogs but we will create an upset against Ba," said Prasad.

"We are not there to make us the numbers and Ba can be beaten.

"I am confident the boys will create an upset against Ba."

Prasad has called on Lautoka fans to support the boys in their quest to lift the coveted soccer title.

"We are requesting all fans to come out in huge numbers and support the boys," he said.

"This team will do wonders and they need the fans support to motivate them against Ba."

The Blues will be led by seasoned campaigner Alvin Avinesh, Jone Vono Junior, Zibraaz Sahib and Maika Waqa.

Lautoka squad:

Senirusi Bokini, Iliesa Lino, Zibraaz Sahib, Simon Satya Prakash Junior, Ratu Vita Dovibua, Shiron Naidu, Tevita Rabakewa, Kavaia Rawaqa, Leisari Qalica, Edward Justin, Archie Underwood Taletawa, Alvin Avinesh, Josefata Dugalag, Poasa Banivalu,Isikeli Jeke Keli, Jone Vono Junior, Maika Waqa, Siotame Kubu, Jone Nailogi, Joape Mudre, Viliame Tabucala,Jone Virigali





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