Five of the top six in Premier League action tonight

first_imgLeaders Chelsea make the short trip to face West Ham while second-placed Man City will be looking to bounce-back to winning ways at home to Leicester.Arsenal and Manchester United will continue their battle for third place.The Gunners travel to QPR while United are just a point further back ahead of their trip to Newcastle. In tonight’s other 7:45 kick-offs, Stoke are at home to Everton and Swansea visit Tottenham.And there’s an 8pm start at Anfield, where will be hoping to get back above Southampton when they play host to Burnley.last_img read more

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Hekari edge out Rapatona 2-1

first_imgIt was the David and Goliath battle with Hekari the favourites to win.A goal in the 16th minute of play to Hekari ‘ s Wira Wama put his side in front with all the momentum.Hekari continued to ask questions, putting all the pressure on the Rapatona back line.The score was 1-0 going into the break.Rapatona equalized just after half time when Henry Ronny put one past the goal keeper in the 53rd minute.This produced a change in the tide as Rapatona launched their comeback. Rapatona thoroughly dominated the next 20 minutes of play, threatening to score.But Hekari ‘s Leslie Kalai was up to the task and his saves ensured Rapatona did not take the lead.Hekari weathered the storm and gave themselves some breathing space with a goal from strike player Tommy Semmy after 70 minutes of play.This pushed Hekari to continue to defend their lead until the final whistle.last_img read more

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