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NPFL: Plateau Utd lead the pack after matchday 4

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NPFL: Plateau Utd lead the pack after matchday 4

Nigeria Professional Football League (NPFL) champions, Plateau United are at the top of the table following a comfortable 3-0 home win against El-Kanemi Warriors at the New Jos Stadium on Wednesday.

The hosts now have nine points from four games, same points as second-placed Akwa United, but with a better goal difference.

Jimmy Ambrose opened the scoring for the Jos side just two minutes into the game, Joshua Obaje added the second six minutes later, before Raphael Ayagawa made it 3-0 immediately after the break, to increase his tally to two this season.

In the other matchday four games across the nation, all home teams won except Go Round, who drew 1-1 with visiting Heartland, and Niger Tornadoes, who fell 1-2 to visiting Akwa United.

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Enugu Rangers pipped Katsina United to make it two wins in four games, while MFM edge IfeanyiUbah 2-1, to stay unbeaten in 25 games at home (21 wins, 4 draws).

Below are the full time results of the NPFL matchday 4:

Plateau United 3 v 0 El Kanemi Warriors
MFM 2 v 1 Ifeanyiubah
Kwara United 1 v 0 Wikki Tourists
Enugu Rangers 1 v 0 Katsina United
Sunshine Stars 2 v 0 Rivers United
Kano Pillars 2v 1Abia Warriors
Niger Tornadoes 1 v 2 Akwa United
Yobe Stars 1 v 0Lobi Stars
Go Round 1 v 1 Heartland

 

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