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Knock-out stages await four sides

Besta PNG United and FC Port Moresby will be facing off in Lae while defending champions Hekari United will play Gigira at Sir John Guise Stadium in Port Moresby on 25 May.
FC Pom has been undertaking some intensive training sessions with their coach as they prepare for the big event, and will be the side to watch when they take on Morobe in Lae.
It has been a hectic time for FC Pom as a new club entering the semi-professional national league. However with a strong line-up their hard work throughout the season has paid off, earning them a spot in the playoffs.
The club started the season at the bottom of the ladder and despite the experience of some of their opponents managed to climb their way out of fifth position after beating Eastern Stars to secure a top four finish.
Coach Reginald Davani says his side are aware of the talent in the Besta Development squad and says they will be careful not to underestimate them, especially in defence.
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