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Vanuatu needs a win or draw to win the cup

At the moment, Vanuatu U23 Team still tops the ladder with four points, two ahead of Fiji and Solomon Islands.
The local boys will take on a physical Fijian Team at 2.30pm.
The Fijians needs to win to be champion depending on the result between Solomon Islands and New Caledonia at 12.30pm.
“I would like to encourage all the fans in Port Vila to come and watch all the exciting football action at Port Vila Stadium.” Said Bong Shem, the Tournament Coordinator.
“Many of us will not go to Papua New Guinea for the Pacific Games and this is the best time for you to come a see for yourself, the skills of footballs players in Fiji, New Caledonia, Solomon Islands and Vanuatu.”
“The Fijians is known to give everything they have in every single game.”
“They have the fighting spirit but I think our Vanuatu players have that energy and that determination to do well too in the match tomorrow against Fiji.” Said Bong Shem.
Fiji will be without their top striker and top goal scorer of the tournament so far, Christopher Francis after he was sent off during the match between Fiji and New Caledonia on Monday.
But for the host, Christopher Andrew will be the player to watch if he can score and helps Vanuatu wins Four Nations Friendship Cup on Wednesday.
Before the match between Solomon Islands and New Caledonia at 12.30pm, Just Play Program will have their one hour program from 10.30am to 11.30am.

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