NWPL Week 6: Inform Rivers Angels to continue domination

Rivers Angels are no doubt the inform team in the Nigeria Women Premier League (NWPL). They recorded the only away win in Week 5 of the Nigeria Women Premier League, when they defeated their host Confluence Queens at the Confluence Stadium in Lokoja.

The home team had shot into the lead in the first half, but the visitors had to wait till the tail end of the half to draw level and shot into lead and never looked back until the final whistle. The Angels from Port Harcourt, therefore took over the leadership on the log.

However, this weekend in Port Harcourt, they would be looking forward to consolidating on their leadership when they confront Osun Babes of Osogbo.

Osun Babes, last weekend, defeated Adamawa Queens by a lone goal in Osogbo but would surely meet a harder opponents in Rivers Angels this weekend.

Adamawa Queens who had two away matches consecutively, will this weekend host Bayelsa Queens in Fufore, Adamawa state. The bottom placed team would be looking forward to secure the maximum points to improve their standing on the table.

In Uyo, the woes of Confluence Queens may be compounded as they face the no nonsense Ibom Angels who would spare nothing to take their pound of flesh on the visitors who lost their home match last weekend.

Pelican stars will lock horns against the Coach Morufu Adeyemo tutored FC Taraba Queens in Calabar, while Nasarawa Amazons would be in for a real battle when they face Delta Queens in Lafia.

Sunshine Queens would be home to Edo Queens in the final fixture of the week. Below are the fixres:


Nasarawa Amazons Vs Delta Queens

Sunshine Queens Vs Edo Queens

Adamawa Queens Vs Bayelsa Queens

Ibom Angels Vs Confluence Queens

Pelican Stars Vs FC Taraba Queens

Rivers Angels Vs Osun Babes

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