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Sirens secure second straight win, Gudja remain without victory

Harry Panayiotou (no.9) heads a corner for Sirens towards Gudja United's goal. Photo: Jonathan Borg

Luca Gatt 45 (own goal), Daniel Agius 61.

A. Cassar; B. Owusu, H. Gomda, N. Pulis, H. Panayiotou (90 O. Ilic), H. Akadom (88 B. Asare), K. Donsu, D. Jackson (90 M. Markulev), K. Ntampizas, K. Muscat, D. Agius.

J. Pisani; S. Attard, G. Lorenzoni (87 E. Gentile), M. Muchardi, M. Conti (74 J. Cutajar), L. Gatt (69 G. Joseph), R. Nanitelamio, Z. Grech, A. Friggieri, M. Esposito (I. Salis), G. Zammit.

Referee: Daniel Casha.

Yellow cards: Pulis, Lorenzoni, Muchardi, Esposito.

Sirens scored a goal in each half to register their second consecutive win after beating bottom side Gudja United.

The two teams are already destined to the BOV Challenge League after a dismal campaign in the top-flight.

Sirens now move to 15 points having followed up last week’s victory over Naxxar Lions (2-1).

On the other hand, though, Gudja United remain anchored in last place with just six points to show for their efforts.

Renzo Kerr-Cumbo’s side is yet to record a victory with just two matches left in this campaign.

Bismark Asare, Sirens’ double scorer in their Naxxar win, started on the bench as St Kitts and Nevis international Harry Panayiotou will start upfront.

Meanwhile, Gudja’s attacking trio was formed by Aidan Friggieri, Gianluca Zammit and Matthias Conti.

Sirens had won the first round encounter 2-1 with goals from Kwasi Donsu and Daniel Agius while Gudja’s scorer was Abou Traore.

Agius, in fact, was once again a scorer for Sirens in this match as he added to Luca Gatt’s own goal to hand D’Amato’s side the three points.

Standings provided by Sofascore

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