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Federation Cup quarter-finals hold today in Abuja, Kano

The Bwari Township Stadium and FIFA Goal Project pitch Area 3 in the Federal Capital Territory and Sani Abacha Stadium Kano will host today’s Federation…

The Bwari Township Stadium and FIFA Goal Project pitch Area 3 in the Federal Capital Territory and Sani Abacha Stadium Kano will host today’s Federation Cup matches involving three NPFL sides and five lower division clubs.

At the end of proceedings, only two clubs from the country’s elite division can reach the semi-finals of this year’s President Federation Cup competition, with two of the surviving trio, Sunshine Stars and Kano Pillars, going headlong against each other in one of the quarter-final duels scheduled for the Federal Capital, Abuja.

The venue to be is Area 3 Stadium, where one of the NPFL teams must bite the dust, paving way for the other to progress to the last four.

The other NPFL side, Abia Warriors, are up against giant-killers Sokoto United at the NFF/FIFA Goal Project field inside the MKO Abiola National Stadium Complex. Sokoto United eliminated two-time CAF Champions League winners Enyimba FC in the Round of 16.

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El-Kanemi Warriors of Maiduguri will confront surprise packets Inter Lagos at the FCT-Bwari ground, while two surprise qualifiers, EFFC FC and Kebbi United tango at the Sani Abacha Stadium in Kano.

Kano Pillars and El-Kanemi Warriors are the only former champions left in the competition.

MEN’S QUARTER-FINAL FIXTURES

EFCC FC Vs Kebbi United-Kano

El-Kanemi Warriors Vs Inter Lagos – FCT-Bwari

Abia Warriors Vs Sokoto United– FCT-Goal Project

Sunshine Stars Vs Kano Pillars – FCT-Area 3

 

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