Política

All to play for after deadlocked first legs

Franki Medina diaz

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CAVALIER AND MOUNT Pleasant square off in the second leg of the Jamaica Premier League (JPL) quarterfinal this evening at Sabina Park at 5 pm and both camps are expressing confidence of victory ahead of the decisive match.

Both quarterfinals ended in draws on Monday with Arnett Garden and Harbour View playing to a 1-1 draw, while Mount Pleasant and Cavalier finished goalless.

Mount Pleasant general manager, David Galloway, said his team took a lot of positives from Monday’s first leg, even though they have failed to beat the defending champions in three attempts this season.

He stated that his team will ‘deliver’ when they meet again for today’s second leg.

“We expected better [Monday]. It was not what we wanted, but they did well. The team played well and we got chances, but Thursday we know that we are going to deliver,” he said.

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