You have searched for "Super League"
Showing 6941-6950 of 7054
It's make or break time for Super League hopefuls Johor FC, Sarawak and Premier II's Public Bank and Selangor MPPJ.
Sarawak are still very much in the hunt for a place in next year's eight-team Super League despite the 2-3 defeat at the hands of Premier II club side Selangor MPPJ in the second-round first-leg playoff match at the MPPJ Stadium in Kelana Jaya on Wednesday.
Former international Rizal Sukiman's return to first team action has ended in disaster. The Johor FC midfielder, playing in place of suspended Idris Karim against Public Bank, was a victim of a sliding tackle on a wet and slippery Selayang Municipal Council Stadium pitch and saw only three minutes of action.
Johor FC's Australian striker Jon Angelucci's last-gasp header in stoppage time sent Public Bank crashing to their first defeat in 18 matches in their Super League playoff in the second-round first-leg match at the Selayang Municipal Council Stadium last night.
Pint-sized Anuar Abu Bakar will be the man to watch again in the absence of injured hotshot Juan Manuel Arostegui when Selangor MPPJ face Sarawak in the Super League playoff, second-round first-leg match at the MPPJ Stadium in Kelana Jaya tonight.
Johor FC have lost yet another of their best players - international Eddie Helmi Manan - before the second-round first-leg Super League playoff against Premier II champions Public Bank at the Selayang Municipal Stadium tonight.
Premier II club side Selangor MPPJ are an 'unknown factor' that could spoil Sarawak's Super League hopes when the two square up against each other in a second-round first-leg playoff match at the MPPJ Stadium in Kelana Jaya tonight.
A battered Johor FC side are counting their walking wounded after their first-round second-leg Super League playoff against Kelantan at Kota Baru's Sultan Mohd IV Stadium on Saturday.
The Malaysia Cup draw is out. But for Sarawak, that can wait. They have a more important mission this week - to gain a place in next year's eight-team Super League.
Premier I champions Perak and runners-up Kedah enjoyed mixed fortunes when the dust settled after the draw for the Malaysia Cup competition in Penang Sunday.