Two of the Telekom S League (TSL) former Oceania League representatives, KOSSA and Western United will go head to head in a mid week clash tomorrow, Wednesday 18th at 4 pm.
Both sides already played their first game of the TSL round 2 of competition, losing to their respective opponents over the weekend.
KOSSA went down narrowly to table leaders, Solomon Warriors 3-4. Western United also suffered another loss 0-2 to Marist dropping to 6th position.
With KOSSA on 14th points (4th position) head coach, Eddie Marahare wants a positive result going in tomorrows encounter.
“For KOSSA it’s very important as far as points concerned. We need to bounce back after that loss to Warriors on Saturday.
“On the other hand United head into this game with the same mentality,” Marahare told RAW SPORTS.
He then added that the key for his boys is focus and concentration and total football commitment if they should get the 3 points.
Likewise, Western also will put up the fight to get points, as they’ll be counting on the experience of their goal seeker, Benjamin Totori upfront.
KOSSA also be fielding in their top signing, lethal youngster Kennedy Watemae teaming up the experience of James Naka and George Suri in attack.
The opening of the round 2 saw new comers Henderson Eels registering a big win 6-0 against FC Guadalcanal, and Malaita FC 3-0 win over Real Kakamora on Sunday.