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NPFL: Rivers United host Kano pillars after CAF Confederations last eight qualification 

Ganiyu Muftau 

Nigeria Premier Football League (NPFL) side Rivers United will host Kano Pillars in the Match day 24 after its historic performance at the CAF confederations Cup.

The 2022 league champions, Rivers United will continue their fine form after they defeated Dreams fc of Ghana that makes them booked their spot in the quarter finals of the Caf confederation cup. 

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The pride of Rivers are 13th position on the log with 27points they have three outstanding match which they still have a chance by finishing in the top four. 

The port harcourt base club won just two games in their last five matches lost three games. 

Kano Pillars was not doing badly in their last five matches in the league winning two and drew one and also lost two. They occupied the 6th position on the log with 36 points. Seven points separate them from Lobi stars who occupied the first position on the log with 42 points. 

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The match is slated for Saturday by 4pm at the Adokiye amiesimaka stadium in port Harcourt.

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