One step away from glory, Suva want to lift Vodafone Premier League’s trophy in Fiji

With a 0-0 draw against Rewa last weekend, Suva lost the opportunity to become Vodafone Premier League champion with one game in advance. However, the Capital City Boys are still on top of the table and they can win the national title even if they are defeated to Nadi this Sunday.

The good news for Suva is that Filipe Baravilala, Meli Codro, Remueru Takiate and Sairusi Nalaubu will were released by the Police to stay with the team in the last matchday of Vodafone Premier League. These four players are members of the Fiji Police Force and they were expected to travel to Kadavu for an anti-drug operation this week.

Suva’s starting eleven in a Vodafone Premier League match – Fiji FA Media

Suva won the national league three times: 1996, 1997 and 2014. The Capital City Boys now have the opportunity to lift the Vodafone Premier League trophy for the fourth time in history in front of their fans at ANZ Stadium on Sunday. You can check the current Vodafone Premier League standings, results and top scorers by clicking here.

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