Selangor Journal

PKNS FC wants to improve its Super League standing

BY AFIX REDZUAN
SHAH ALAM, APRIL 25: PKNS FC wants to take all three points in the match against Melaka United, tomorrow to improve their position in the Super League.
Coach E Elavarasan said that PKNS FC has already confirmed a place to play in the Malaysia Cup, but they expect the victory to end the first round of the league.
“We want to improve our position in the league. I see good progress in the last two matches against Selangor and Johor Darul Ta’zim (JDT), so we hope to bring home the three points,” he said.
He said that PKNS FC will be without Nicolas Matias Hadwa through suspension, while goalkeeper Muhammad Haziq Nor Mohd Aris has been ruled out after suffering injuries against JDT.
While the two main strikers, Mohd Safee Sali and Patrick Ronaldinho Wleh will continue to be given the confidence to start in attack.
After 10 games, PKNS FC and Melaka United are sharing nine points in ninth and tenth place with victory tomorrow enable them to rise to eighth place if Felda United failed to collect maximum points facing Pahang.

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