FC Taraba head coach Ndubuisi Nduka has said his side must up their away record to avoid relegation at the end of the season.
The Jalingo outfit will be the guests of Dolphins in today’s Nigeria Professional Football League, NPFL, match day 30 clash at the Liberation Stadium in Port Harcourt.
Nduka said the side’s stability on the home front must be replicated with equal performance on the road for them to sleep with both eyes closed.
“We need to improve on our away record if we are to survive the drop at the end of the ongoing league season.
“We have somehow got it right on the home front. We must strive to show the same resilience on the road.
“Dolphins’ clash is another opportunity for us to get something decent on the road this weekend.
“The clash is expected to be tough considering the uncomfortable position of Dolphins on the league log.
“However, we are working extremely hard on the Dolphins clash to ensure the end result favours us.
“Already we have forgotten the home win against Giwa FC and paying 100 percent attention to the Garden City clash,” said the former Dolphins coach to supersport.com.
FC Taraba are 19th on the league log on 29 points from a possible 87 in the 29-week-old top flight.

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