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O-League clash this weekend

This is the second last match for Hekari United and Koloale in the group stage and it is a must win one for them since both clubs are in the lower half of the O-League Group A table behind Amicale and Lautoka respectively and need maximum points from their remaining matches.
Koloale failed to register a point from its first 3 matches in the O-League but registered 3 in style from their 6 – 1 victory over Fiji champions Lautoka in their fourth match and they will apply more pressure on the leaders if they repeat the same performance against Hekari United on Saturday.
Locally Koloale has been having a good run in the Telekom S-League where it has won all 3 of the matches it has played so far including a 7 – 2 hammering of former O-League finalists KOSSA on Thursday.
The positives from this will come in handy for the ‘men in green’ who lately have adapted a new formation which their recent results, both locally and internationally, are indicating is working well for them and nothing will be left to spare as they struggle to improve their chances of making it to the finals.
Both Benjamin Totori and Ian Paia are in fine form for Koloale locally with the latter leading the golden boot race in the Telekom S-League and their partnership will be crucial when they take on Hekari United.
Hekari United are also looking for points to bolster their chances for a second run at the O-League finals and will be banking on local Henry Fa’arodo to set up their game for them as he has done in their past matches.
The match will kick off at 3:00pm on Saturday 26th February and tickets for the match are selling at $60-00 (grand stand centralised), $40-00 (grandstand east and west ends), Complimentary Hill $30-00, $10-00 (adults hillside) and $5-00 (hillside children).

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