INDERA ALL SET FOR PENJARA CHALLENGE

Bandar Seri Begawan - With a strong mentality after winning the recent thrilling encounter against AM Gunners FC, Indera SC are now holding on to their momentum to face KSJ Penjara in the DST Group Blunei Premier League I match at the Berakas Sports Complex today. Indera SC currently are fifth in the league after five matches and setting their sight to collect another three points to dethrone fourth placed Majra FC who will not play until next week against giant, QAF FC.

Both Indera SC and Majra FC are level on seven points with goal difference. In an interview with the Borneo Bulletin yesterday, Indera SC coach Moksen Mohammad said his team will welcome back two players after missing from the recent match.

"The two players will be back straight to the starting tomorrow after going through suspension due to red card offence. I hope with this `injection' our team will find our rhythm back," said Moksen whose team were defeated twice thus far in the league this season.

Moksen, a former experienced Brunei national player, also called on his players to be focused not only for today's match but also for the rest of the league in order to finish top of the standings.

"We almost lost our three valuable points last week to AM Gunners FC after a comfortable 4-1 lead. As what you can see, we conceded two late goals due to lack of concentration from the players. I hope this will not happen again," the coach stressed.

When asked about his team's opponent for tomorrow's match, Moksen said that he never looked down on any team and just need to prepare his squad before every match.

"Speaking of KSJ Penjara, to me they are really a good team who possessed some experienced players who can be a threat to any team. Although checking in to the basement standing, I am sure they will give us a good fight to earn their first vital points," said Moksen.

Indera SC so far registered two wins against LLRC FT and AM Gunners FC, two defeats (QAF FC and MS ABDB) and one draw (Majra).

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