Rivers United are looking forward to win their first NPFL title, and it seems they are approaching it with style and the mentality of true champions.
With 32 matches played so far and six more matches left to end the season, Rivers United remains on top of the table with 67 points.
They have so far won twenty of those matches, drew seven and lost five and will be hoping to win four out of the remaining six matches to become champions.
They are trailed by Plateau United who are on 60 points from same number of matches.
For a team that was founded in 2016 when the Rivers State government merged two teams together and invested in the club, winning the title in this manner is a big boost.
It also shows that the investment which the Rivers State government made in improving the team is gradually paying off.