Fitzgerald expects tough Molynes vs Pembroke Hall match
An intriguing contest is expected today when Molynes United oppose Pembroke Hall in today's feature game of the Magnum/KSAFA Super League competition at Chalmers Avenue at 3 p.m.
Molynes are second in the standings eight points, one ahead of third placed Pembroke Hall. Barbican leads the standings with nine points.
Calvert Fitzgerald, coach of Molynes United, said Pembroke Hall is a very good team because they have done well so far this season.
"Pembroke Hall must be doing something good because they are only one point behind us and they have not loss all season, so a tough game is expected from them," Fitzgerald said.
"If we play up to our expectations and everybody follows instructions, then I am pretty confident that we will get all three points," he said.
"In our last three games, we have drawn two and lost one, but we have been creating a lot of scoring opportunities, but we have not been putting them away," he said. "However, we are hoping to put away some of these chances against Pembroke Hall and secure all three points," Fitzgerald said.
Molynes United will rest their hopes in the hands of Lennworth Pine, Sergini Frankson, Patrick Shecklude and Shannon Bartley to lead them to victory.
On the other hand, Pembroke Hall are coming off a 3-1 win over Santos and coach Everald Campbell, said they are looking forward today's contest.
"We are very optimistic going there because they have some good players, so it is going to be a tough challenge for us," said Campbell.
"However, our aim is to get the three points and if we can get three points, then we will settle for a draw," he said.
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