Copa Coca-Cola: Adamawa, Gombe hope for revival

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After one game seen in the opening day, the competition continues in Bauchi with the north-eastern states hoping to raise their qualification bid

Gombe vs. Borno

Government Secondary School, Akkoyel of Gombe State will take on Government Secondary School of Borno State in their first match of the Bauchi regionals.

For the Borno boys, they will hope to bounce back from their Thursday 2-1 defeat against their opponent from the Yobe and will be aiming to boost their bid of reaching the finals. 

 
Yobe vs. Adamawa

Having opened their campaign at the regionals on a winning note, Government Secondary School, Dorawa will be seeking to consolidate on their good start.

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Government Secondary School, Gwadabawa on the other hand, will be aiming to recover in time from their late arrival after getting walkover by the opponent from Jalingo. 

 
Taraba vs. Gombe

Government Secondary School, Jalingo can anticipate increasing their chances of making the finals with maximum points over Government Secondary School, Akkoyel on Friday.
 
With the Gombe boys looking for a positive result against Borno, they will be keen to overcome their Jalingo opponents to keep their qualification hopes alive.

 
Adamawa vs. Borno

Should they see off Government Secondary School, Borno, the Adamawa boys can focus on snapping maximum points when they face Government Secondary School, Borno.
 
Borno, on their own part, will be gearing to avoid defeat against the Gwadabawa based boys if they earlier in the day managed to cruise past Gombe boys.

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