Kagua Erave looking to put first loss behind them

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Kagua Erave are looking to bounce back from their first loss when they face Mt Hagen in the Kumul Petroleum National Soccer League at the National Sports Institute in Goroka tomorrow.
The Southern Highlands side lost 1-0 to Aporro Mai.
The conference has two rounds of matches left before the finals and if Kagua win tomorrow, they would be the favourites heading into the playoffs.
In their last weeting, Kagua Erave won 3–0.
Kagua Erave ssistant coach Amos Ramo said his side were without inspirational skipper Neil Hans last weekend.
Ramos said he would be banking on midfielders Jonel Kambual, Jimmy Amos and Albert Aldor.
“The return of Jonel, Jimmy and Albert will boost our morale,” he said. “They will partner Papalau Awele and Jorden Kaven.
“We are looking forward to maintaining our position at the top of the conference ladder.”
Mt Hagen will be determined to pick up from where they left off when they beat Simbu Angra 3–2.
Coach Aiyoka Ungia said his players were in good spirits.
“I have faith in Stanley Sabao, Denny Sombe and Basa Zuneka to get us the a positive result,” he said.
“I know Kagua Erave will come out hard but we will put up a strong challenge.”

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