Ports Authority are eye revenge against Gambia Armed Forces in their
re-scheduled fixtures today, Tuesday 25 April 2017, at the Serrekunda East Mini
Stadium to move away from relegation zone in the 2016-2017 Gambia Football
Federation domestic division one league.
Defending champions Gambia Ports Authority are currently languishing second-place from bottom in the country’s top flight with 15 points in fourteen league matches with four games in hand.
The ferry boys will be brawling for revenge against Gambia to move away from the danger zone after losing to the soldiers 2-1 in the first round at the Banjul KG5 Mini Stadium.
Gambia Armed Forces are currently leading the country’s top flight with 38 points in seventeen league matches.
The soldiers will be eyeing to defeat Gambia Ports Authority to open the gap and also improve their chances of clinching the league.