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Financial Challenge Cup playoffs earn interest

Financial Challenge Cup playoffs earn interest

The 2013 Financial Challenge Cup enters its playoff stage tonight at Beeline Arena with the eight teams of the futsal rules competition booked for five-a-side friendly fights.

Table toppers Maruhan Group, who scored an impressive 50 goals from their seven group stage games, will be looking for more net gains against fourth placed PwC in the opening fixture from 6pm.

Wing then vie with Cam Ed at 6:30pm for a spot alongside the winner of the first match in this Sunday’s grand final. Losers will contest the third-place play-off.

In the lower half of the draw, HwangDBS face FTB at 7pm tonight and KPMG take on Ernst & Young at 7:30pm.

Victors move to the fifth/sixth decider on Sunday, while the defeated will have one last chance to avoid the wooden spoon.

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