Osun Babes coach Liadi Bashiru has toldbusybuddiesng.com that their match on Wednesday against Confluence Queens is a must win for both sides, hence it is expected to be very tough.
Although the Omoluabi Babes are riding on a five match unbeaten run which dates back to their Matchday 6 encounter against Delta Queens, Coach Bashiru has insisted that they are as wounded as their struggling Matchday 11 opponents from Kogi State who are yet to taste victory since drawing at home against Adamawa Queens on Matchday 7.
“If they are wounded lions we are also wounded lions because I could remember the last time we went to their place we lost three goals to nothing so it’s like a revenge game and we are putting everything to make sure we get the maximum three points. They will need the points also to move them up the ladder so it’s a must win for both sides so we are not joking with it.”
According to Coach Bashiru, “hardwork, unity and determination” has brought them this far and they hope to continue in this stride so that they can achieve their Super Four aim.
“The girls are really willing to continue from where they stopped the last time. When we look at where we are on the table, we have to continue to work harder,” Bashiru added.
Osun Babes are third in Group B of the NWPL with 17 points, while Confluence Queens are three points behind in fifth place.