As the 2020/2021 NPFL pedalled down the twilight with seven games to go, realities are staring in the faces of clubs, with some as good as having taken the drop conviction while others dreams for the continent received boosts.
Come Sunday July 11th, 2021, Lobi Stars will be home to Adamawa United as Coach Justin Madugu files out with his bottom placed wards in an NPFL Match Day 32 at The Aper Aku Stadium Makurdi in a game that may make little or no meaning to the visitors who are already confined to go down the NNL, taking in to cognizance their output in the season under review.
Lobi Stars are placed beyond comparison with their opponents but the fact remains that, a thin line divides the strength of each and every NPFL Club, and match day results can swing in any direction as Lobi Stars with every superiority over their opponents gave them their first win of The NPFL 2020/2021 in Match Day 12.
Lobi Stars, though not at their best in away games this season but remains a night mare to visiting clubs in Makurdi, having ran smoothly without dropping a home point in the last 21 Match Days of the league, Adamawa United can not and will never be an exception all things been equal.
The Ortom boys are currently occupying the 8th position on the log after 31 games, recording 46 points while the north easterners are occupying the lowest position on the log twice less in points with the same number of games played.
The Coach Kabiru Dogo tutored Lobi Stars have a short Head to Head history with Adamawa United in the NPFL having met only twice in their adopted Pantami home in Gombe, Lobi Stars walked away with a 1-0 victory in the COVID-19 aborted 2019/2020 NPFL season, but crumbled in the first round of the current season encounter.
Typical of Coach Kabiru Dogo, he assured Lobi Stars fans of another resounding victory in Sunday’s game. Lobi Stars is riding with a disadvantaged goal difference situation, a bountiful outing will sure improve their goal fortunes.