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Madu looks at Enyimba's weak points

31 July 2015, 07:46

Abuja - Madu Christian has reflected that Enugu Rangers will look to expose Enyimba's weak points in Sunday's Nigeria Professional Football League week 20 match.

The game which will be played at the Enyimba International Stadium will get underway by 4pm.

“I hope we win, that would make us very happy,” started out Madu in an interview with News24 this week.

“It's always good to start out with the first goal, but we have to stay calm and go out to play our best starting from the first minute and show our ambitions.

Also read: Adegbite: Rangers feel confident

The week 19 fixture between the two sides ended 2-1 in favour of Enyimba in Enugu.

“Enyimba's defensive strength? If teams have fewer goals against them, it's because they're playing well, but our idea is to look for their weak points, which they have.

“And I hope that's reflected on Sunday and we can take it.

“Both clubs' Coaches are great. So it is going to be an exciting match between two life-long rivals, an Oriental derby, and I hope the winner is our coach, because that means that we are going to win the game,” the former Giwa FC defensive midfielder added.

- News24


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