Wikki’s fate tied to Plateau tie

By Daily Sports on September 3, 2017

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 Wikki Tourists captain and right back Mustapha Ibrahim says the outcome of the top-flight clash against leaders, Plateau United will decide their fate in the elite league.

The Bauchi Elephants are hosts of the Tin City side in Sunday’s Nigeria Professional Football League (NPFL) matchday 37 clash at the Abubakar Tafawa Balewa Stadium (ATBS) in Bauchi.

Ibrahim said his side will throw everything they have into the match to ensure they grab the crucial three points at stake.

“The outcome of the clash against Plateau United will decide our fate in the top-flight.“

A win will be good to keep us in the top-flight ahead of the last match on the calendar at struggling side Gombe United.

“I have absolute confidence that we will avoid relegation; everything however depends on the approach to tomorrow’s (Sunday) game against Plateau United.“

I think we can comfortably handle Plateau United as the same side stopped us in the Aiteo Cup right here in Bauchi.

”The Bauchi landlords are 17th on the 20-team top-flight log on 47 points, 16 behind opponents and leaders Plateau United. © supersport.com

•Photo shows Mustapha Ibrahim.

Source Daily Sports

Posted September 3, 2017

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