Bombada tussle to stay in GFF 1st domestic league

Friday, February 17, 2017

Bombada are brawling to stay in the country’s top flight for another season when they play away to Real De Banjul in their re-scheduled week-nine fixtures today, Friday 17 February 2017, at the Banjul KG5 Mini Stadium.

The Brikama-based outfit are currently sitting bottom-place in the top flight with 7 points in ten league matches. They will contest to beat Real De Banjul to move away from the red zone.

Real De Banjul are second-spot in the top flight with 22 points in ten league matches one point behind league leaders Gambia Armed Forces, who have bagged 23 points in ten league matches.

The City-boys will brawl to hammer Bombada to pile pressure on league leaders Gambia Armed Forces and increase their league title hopes alive.

The newly-promoted side Marimoo will welcome Samger at the Father Gough Sports Complex in Manjai Kunda.

The Manjai-based outfit are third-place in the top flight with 18 points in ten league matches. Thy will try to beat Samger and hope league leaders Gambia Armed Forces and the second-place holder to slip in order to close the gap.

The Academy boys are two places above relegation zone with 9 points in ten league matches, and would expect to bounce back after losing to Brikama United 2-0 in the mid-table, to improve their position in the summit.

Elsewhere, Steve Biko will clash with Hawks at the Serrekunda East Mini Stadium on the same day.

The Bakau giant killers are one-place above safety in the country’s top flight with 9 points in ten league matches. They will strive to overcome Hawks to improve their position in the league.

Hawks are lying sixth in the top flight with 13 points in nine league matches with a game in hand against current league champions Gambia Ports Authority.

The Red Devils will contend to edge-past Steve Biko to improve their chances of clinching the league title after several years of trophy drought.

Author: Lamin Darboe