Phoenix tries to end a three-game losing record while Terrafirma is motivated to extend its winning streak to three games

Jun 27, 2023

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MANILA, Philippines – In the PBA On Tour, Terrafirma is having a fantastic season and wants to keep it going. But when his Dyip team gets ready to take on the Phoenix Super LPG Fuel Masters on Friday at the Ynares Arena in Pasig City,  Coach Johnedel Cardel admits that it won’t be an easy feat.

Cardel underlines the significance of his players following their winning formula since he is aware of the difficulty that lies ahead. He is certain that the team’s exceptional victory streak will increase to three if they keep playing according to their game plan. In addition to boosting their morale, a victory over Phoenix would lift them above a.500 winning percentage for the first time in the preseason.

The Phoenix Super LPG Fuel Masters, on the other hand, have their own reasons for wanting to succeed. The club of coach Jamike Jarin is motivated to snap a recent three-game losing streak that has dropped them to a 2-3 record. They will be eager to get back to winning and raise their tournament status.

The forthcoming encounter between Phoenix and Terrafirma looks to be a fiercely tough one. Both teams are aiming for victory and will do everything in their power to get it. For Terrafirma to keep up their winning streak, they will rely on one another, disciplined play, and Coach Cardel’s leadership. Phoenix, meanwhile, will be motivated by their desire to end their losing streak and notch a much-needed victory.

Fans can expect a fierce struggle between two tenacious teams as they work to accomplish their individual objectives. The result of this game will have a big impact on the standings and how the rest of the preseason will go. While Phoenix hopes to get back to winning and recapture their tournament momentum, Terrafirma will try to keep up their winning streak and further solidify their position as a force to be reckoned with.

With participants such as Sean Manganti, Tyler Tio, RR Garcia, Simon Camacho, and Tzaddy Rangel once more, The Fuel Masters are predicted to return in essentially full force this time. 

Terrafirma coach Johnedel Cardel is hopeful about his team’s performance despite a recent defeat against Barangay Ginebra. Ed Daquioag and Andreas Cahilig will be used as in-game selections in their forthcoming match. Although it could be difficult without them, Cardel is confident in the ability of his surviving players to rise up and perform.

Cardel’s emphasis on a crucial element for success appears to have been accepted by the team, which gives them even more confidence. Terrafirma wants to recover and win their next game with the attitude of taking the challenge and giving their all on the court. As they work to realize their objectives in the PBA On Tour, Cardel’s faith in his players’ ability and their comprehension of what it takes to succeed will be crucial to their performance.

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