Football: Deer stay wary as they aim to bury wounded Canaries

PETALING JAYA: Kedah are like a wounded tiger and it is going to be expensive to take them flippantly, cautioned Negri Sembilan skipper Zaquan Adha Abdul Radzak.

Kedah, who drew 3-3 with Petaling Jaya City away final week, host the Deer on the Darulaman Stadium at this time badly needing a win to stay in competition for the Super League title

Negri, who gave all kinds of troubles to league leaders Johor Darul Ta’zim (JDT) earlier than shedding with a stoppage time purpose, will probably be hoping for optimum factors to sustain their momentum

However, Zaquan who performed for Kedah earlier than becoming a member of Negri, feels that his previous membership, who’ve solely collected 4 factors from their final 5 matches, will probably be exhausting to beat at house.

“We need to play better against them than we did against JDT if we want to win.

“Kedah have not been winning and this makes them dangerous as they will be going all out to bounce back,” added Zaquan.

“It is a heavy responsibility for us and we cannot take them lightly although they appear to be struggling.

“We need to be prepared to give a better performance.

“Having said that, this is the best time to collect points in order to challenge the top teams.

“So far, we have been showing good commitment and it has to continue match after match.”

Victory on the Darulaman Stadium will assist Negri, with 14 factors, regain prime spot from JDT earlier than the Southern Tigers, on 15 factors, host Pahang tomorrow.

In the opposite matches at this time, fifth positioned Kuala Lumpur are hoping to transfer up the desk when they journey to tenth positioned Sarawak whereas backside aspect Penang will probably be in search of their first win in opposition to fourth positioned Sabah in Kota Kinabalu.

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