Rivers Angels head coach Edwin Okon believes his side is on course to lift the trophy of the women’s 2017 Aiteo Cup after the Garden City landladies subdued Bayelsa Queens.

The Jewel of Rivers overpowered the Restoration Girls 4-0 in Wednesday’s Aiteo Cup semifinals second-leg clash at the Yakubu Gowon Stadium in Port Harcourt.

The title holders advanced to the Cup final on 6-2 aggregate after Saturday’s 2-2 draw in the first-leg clash against the Yenagoa landladies in Nembe.

The four goals came in the second half courtesy of Gladys Akpa, Amarachi Ojinma, who scored a brace, and Evelyn Nwabuoku.

Okon said his side are not stressed about who their opponents will be in the final as they have already played their toughest matches in the quarterfinals and semifinals against Edo Queens and Bayelsa Queens respectively.

“I knew it was over for Bayelsa Queens after the 2-2 draw in the first leg semifinals in Yenagoa on Saturday.

“I knew they would not be able to survive the onslaught in Port Harcourt.

“Somehow they survived the first half, which ended goalless, but after the pep talk at the break the goals started coming in quick succession.

“I’m happy we are in the final of the Aiteo Cup at the expense of Bayelsa Queens.

“I had told everyone who cared to listen that I would in the final and lift the Cup at the end of the day.

“Whichever team we meet in the final is beatable," Okon told supersport.com.

The Port Harcourt side will confront the winners of the other semifinals clash between Ibom Angels and Abia Angels/Confluence Queens in the final.