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Flying Eagles coach makes changes against Warri Wolves

28 January 2015, 13:30Israel Ojoko

Abuja - Flying Eagles coach Manu Garba has made four changes from the team who started against Kano Pillars for Wednesday’s Super 4 clash against Warri Wolves.

Central defender Zaharadeen Bello has been suspended after he picked up his second booking against Pillars and so he will be replaced by Roland Silas.

Silas will partner Ace FC of Kaduna Abdul Ganiyu Saed, who gets his first start in the competition.

Joshua Enaholo has returned in goal, while Abdullahi Alfa will start ahead of Ifeanyi Ifeanyi.

Striker Prince Aggreh, who was sent off in the opening game against Enyimba, has returned to the bench after serving out a one-match ban.

Also read: Flying Eagles defender survives clash

The Flying Eagles are top of the Super 4 with six points after wins over Pillars and Enyimba, while Wolves are yet to record a point.

Kick-off time is 1pm at the Abuja National Stadium.

Flying Eagles XI vs Warri Wolves:

Joshua Enaholo -  Musa Muhammed (Captain), Mustapha Abdullahi, Roland Silas, Abdul Ganiyu Saed – Akinjide Idowu, Ifeanyi Matthew, Abdullahi Alfa, Wasiu Jimoh, Sulaiman Abdullahi, Taiwo Awoniyi

Subs: Olorunleke Ojo (gk), Ali Chiwendu, Nurudeen Mudaseer (gk), Adebayo Ademilua, Obinna Nwobodo, Bernard Bulbwa, Musa Yahaya, Ifeanyi Ifeanyi, Usman Hassan, Chidera Eze, Tunde Adeniji, Prince Aggrey

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