Suva won’t give Lautoka a simple game when they are facilitated by the Blues at Churchill Park on Sunday.
Lead trainer Babs Khan, says after the success over Ba, Lautoka will be hoping to proceed with their energy and get another success, this time on home soil.
Khan says they have gotten their work done and will bring great rivalry come game day.
“Playing away is consistently extreme for any group we should play at home at the Stadium. Them there they have a splendid side, they additionally named another mentor and it will be incredible fun.”
The safeguarding association champions will need to keep up their spot on the standings where they are presently in runner up with seven focuses.
Taking a gander at the DPL cycle five games, Navua fights Ba at the Uprising Sports Center, Lautoka takes on Suva at Churchill Park, Nadi to have Labasa at Prince Charles Park while Rewa will play Nadroga, with the setting still yet to be affirmed.