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Elite One Preview: PWD vs UMS, Stats & Figures.

The Public Works Department Social Football Club will this Saturday, October 29 take on UMS of Loum in a match day three clash of the MTN Elite one football championship.

Venue: Stade De Bamendzi (Bafoussam)

Time: 3:30 pm.

PWD of Bamenda will be in search of a first win of the new campaign – having lost their first game against Colombe, but standing in their way is two-time champions UMS of Loum who is indifferent as they have just one point from two games this season.

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  • The Abakwa boys have just two wins in their last five matches in all competitions  – they have recorded three wins in their last five league matches – with two draws recorded.
  • Meanwhile, UMS of Loum has lost just one game in their last five matches in the league – with four draws recorded. Their last win in the league dates back to June 5th when they defeated PWD 4-3.

Head to Head

Both teams have met four times in the league with PWD having just one win, one draw and two defeats.

  • PWD has never beaten UMS at home (two defeats) and last season, the Abakwa boys took just a point from UMS in two outings.
  • PWD has scored just three goals in their last two home games against UMS and has conceded five in the process.
  • PWD has won just one out of their last five home games (one draw, three defeats)
  • Meanwhile, UMS has won three of their last four away games with the only defeat coming in the hands of Renaissance on May 27 which ended 2-1.

The coming of Emmanuel Ndoumbe Bosso at the helm of UMS could help steady the ship after picking just one point in two games.

The situation is indifferent with Nkabyo Martin at PWD as he is yet to record a win in three competitive outings since he took charge in the summer.

Al though two of PWD’s players saw red against Colombe, the experience of Eta Bawack, Thierry Tchuente, and others could add some experience to the team.

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