Women’s Football League

Kings face ARB Sporting in high-voltage game on Thursday

Sports Correspondent

26th May, 2021 09:50:14 PM printer

Kings face ARB Sporting in high-voltage game on Thursday

League leaders Bashundhara Kings will take on Ataur Rahman Bhuyan College Sporting Club in their fourth match of the ongoing Women’s Football League at the Bangabandhu National Stadium today.
 
Both teams have earned nine points each after playing three matches so far but the defending champions Kings are leading the point table due to their better goal difference (+30) than ARB Sporting (+21).
 
“Both teams have national team players but their players are juniors. We know that the juniors give more effort on the field. But our preparations are done and we are looking forward to another victory,” Kings coach Abu Faysal Ahmed told The Daily Sun on Wednesday.
 
Both teams formed their respective teams with national players with Kings signing 21 national players including 10 senior players while ARB Sporting picked up four senior players along with nineteen U-17 players.  
 
ARB Sporting‘s Anuching Mogini expressed her confidence to beat the Kings in the match.
 
“They (Kings) are stronger but we will give our best effort to beat them,” said Anuching.  
 
In the day’s other matches, FC Brahmanbaria will play against Cumilla United while Kachijhuli SC face Jamalpur Kacharipara Ekados and Saddapuskuruni Jubo SC take on Nasrin SA.


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