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levitra Central FC captain Darren Mitchell says a third straight Digicel Pro League crown is in sight for the Couva Sharks with two games left and one point ahead of rivals W Connection.

“W Connection won’t have a chance unless we decide to give up with bad results,” Mitchell said. “It’s all in our hands and the only team that can beat Central FC, are Central FC.” buy cialis online

Central recorded their thirteenth league win of the truncated season with a 2-1 come-from-behind victory over Defence Force on Tuesday after losing winger Rundell Winchester to a direct red card, and Mitchell admitted the Couva Sharks needed to dig deep against the Army/Coast Guard combination cialis online .

“We knew we needed to win,” said the Couva Sharks’ Tobago-born midfielder. “(…) because of the trouble we were in [based on points]. It was all about fighting for the victory and we got the three points. It was a bit tough playing with a man less but we dug deep as a team.”

“It’s now about concentration,” added the Central captain, whose side will clash with St. Ann’s Rangers from 3:30pm on Saturday at the Larry Gomes Stadium before meeting San Juan Jabloteh a week later their final league game cialis18.com .

Canadian Pharmacies “We can’t give it up now,” continued Mitchell. “We are one point ahead with two games left.”

cheap viagra Connection meanwhile, will return to action on Friday against third-positioned Jabloteh from 8pm at the Ato Boldon Stadium and will look to pile the pressure on Central before facing Ma Pau Stars a week later in their final league game.

Connection are currently on a six-game winning streak and according to head coach Stuart Charles Fevrier, his side won’t give up the chase Canadian Pharmacy .

“We always try to win every competition; it’s the norm with us,” said the Connection coach during an interview earlier this month. “Our objective is to be competitive and try to win games and competitions. [At this stage] we only have control over our games (…) so we must remain focused.”