Nadi hopes to bounce back

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Nasinu’s Clarence Hussain, right, and Nadi’s Ashneel Kumar battles for possesion during their Digicel Premier League match at the ANZ Stadium in Suva on Sunday, February 27, 2022. Picture: JONACANI LALAKOBAU

Nadi is hoping to bounce back from a disappointing 1-4 loss to Suva when they host Tailevu Naitasiri at home today in the Digicel Fiji Premier League (DPFL) match.

The Jetsetters assistant coach Gurdeep Singh said Tailevu Naitasiri would push hard for a win as they were only two points behind them on the league table.

“We missed some key regular players against Suva last weekend and definitely hoping to have a full squad for training,” he said on Tuesday.

The Andrews Primary School teacher urged fans to come out and support the side. In another DPFL fixture this Sunday, Ba will battle against bottom placed Tavua at Garvey Park.

Meanwhile another DPFL match between Rewa FC and Tailevu Naitasiri FC which was scheduled for yesterday at Ratu Cakobau Park in Nausori has been postponed.

In the overall points table, Lautoka edges closer to the title with 37 points and has maintained a steady eight points lead on second placed Rewa with 29 points.

On third placed, also locked with 29 points is Suva.

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