Nurinsafi aim to bring their A game for chance to upset favourites Terengganu

Time to spoil the party: Nur Rahull Hrsikesa Thaitchana Muruthi (left) says Nurinsafi do not have a hand in the title fight when they face Terengganu today.

PETALING JAYA: Could Nurinsafi dash Terengganu’s title hopes? Playing their final Malaysian Hockey League (MHL) fixture today, Nurinsafi could hamper Terengganu’s hopes to defend their league title.

The top four spots in the league are only separated by one point each, with Maybank on top with 23 points, followed by Terengganu (22), Nurinsafi (21), and Tenaga Nasional (20).

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