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KAWASAKI — Kashima Antlers manager Oswaldo Oliveira has warned Nagoya Grampus not to start celebrating their first-ever J. League title just yet, even as Dragan Stojkovic’s side moved to match point in the championship race on Sunday.

Grampus beat Omiya Ardija 2-1 to take an eight-point lead at the top of the table into the final four games of the season, and can clinch the title with a win against relegated Shonan Bellmare on Saturday if nearest challenger Kashima fails to beat Vissel Kobe.

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