Copa Coca-Cola National Finals Day 2 preview

Following opening day draws in Group B, the battle for supremacy continues in Lagos

Group A

Kwara vs. Osun

After starting the Copa Coca-Cola National Finals in Lagos as the most impressive side of the eight teams, Muslim Community Secondary School will be looking to continuing their impressive form over Progressive Comprehensive High School, Osun on Tuesday.

The Kwara side were the only side with a win in the opening fixtures on Monday while their oppositions from Osun needed required the intervention of Enoch Emmanuel to share the spoils with Abuja.

Both sides head into the game with intentions of grabbing a win.


Yobe vs. FCT

Fosla Academy, Abuja will be looking to compound the woes of Government Junior Secondary School, Yobe when both sides clash in their second encounter of the Copa Coca-Cola National Finals on Tuesday.

While the boys from Abuja were denied a victory by Osun, Yobe were handed a 2-0 defeat by group leaders, Kwara.

The Osun representatives will also be aiming to get their first points of the competition.


Group B

Rivers vs. Katsina

Community Secondary School, Amadi-Ama, Rivers will be looking to banish thoughts of their 1-1 opening day draw to Imo with a win against Government College, Katsina.

The Rivers team were denied a victory in their first Group B fixture and nothing less than a win against their Katsina counterparts would do.

Katsina on the other hand are also looking for a first win after they also had to share the spoils on Monday.


Imo vs. Kano

The battle for supremacy in Group B gets intense as Owerri City College, Imo and Government Junior Secondary School, Gwale, Kano look to build on decent opening day results to vie for three points on Tuesday.

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Both sides registered draws in their openers  and with all teams tied on a point in the second group, both sides are surely eyeing a victory.

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