Enugu Rangers have not given up on their quest to play international football next year by emerging among the top-3 of the NPFL championship playoffs.
After four rounds of matches in the playoffs, ‘The Flying Antelopes’ remain outside the top-3 bracket with five points.
They will now need to win their final game on Wednesday against bottom team FC Ifeanyiubah, who have lost all four matches thus far, and hope the likes of Akwa United and Kano Pillars do not get the results to keep them out of contention.
Rangers coach Gbenga Ogunbote said his team hope to meet the target they set for the NPFL championship playoffs.
“All hope is not lost for achieving our target of coming to Lagos,” he said.
“It was a good game (vs Kano Pillars) but injuries did us in. We met a good side but we again missed some chances we created.”
Godwin Aguda added: “We still have hope of getting what we came to Lagos to do.”
FC Ifeanyiubah vs Enugu Rangers 3-5pm
Enyimba vs Akwa United 5-7pm
Lobi Stars vs Kano Pillars 7-9pm