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Etoile aims to outshine the Jaguars


Tanjong Pagar will be counting on Kawanabe to shine tonight (Photo: FAS)
 
With just four days for rest and preparation and after a six-goal mauling by Home United, Tanjong Pagar will now have to play defending champions, Etoile at the Queenstown stadium on 22 March. However, a return to the stadium that Tanjong Pagar United once occupied before dropping out of the S.League could spur them on to outshine The Stars. 
 
Even though the Jaguars find themselves at the bottom of the table with just a point from the last five matches, Etoile coach Guglielmo Arena is not taking things for granted and warned that Tanjong Pagar might surprise everyone tonight.
 
Indeed, with little expectations placed on them, Tanjong Pagar may play with the freedom that the underdogs enjoy and shine brighter than The Stars tonight. The match will kick off at 7.30pm.
 
Hopefully tonight’s weather will be favourable as last night’s S-League match between Woodlands Wellington and Tampines Rovers at Woodlands stadium was abandoned and postponed due to inclement weather.
 
After lightning had been spotted in the vicinity of the match, referee W Ravisanthiran called both teams off the pitch in the 16th minute. Tampines were then leading 1-0 from an eighth-minute Seiji Kaneko header via a corner by Shahdan Sulaiman.
 
Following a wait of 40 minutes, any hopes of play resuming were dashed when match officials determined that weather conditions were unsuitable for the continuation of the match.
 
The tie would be replayed at a later date and will kick off with the score at 0-0. Spectators are advised to hold on to your ticket stubs for admission to the rescheduled match.