Feb 27, 2009, 5:20 AM
The Gambia Armed Forces will clash with West Coast Region giants Brikama United in the week-four fixtures in the 2013-2014 Gambia Football Federation (GFF) division one league today, Tuesday 28 January 2014, at the Brikama Mini Stadium.
Brikama United, who beat Wallidan 3-1 in their last fixtures, are mid-table with 3 points in two games.
They will be looking for a win to keep their chances of clinching the league title after two years of trophy drought.
Armed Forces are 2nd position on the league table with 4 points in two games after beating reigning league champions Steve Biko 1-0 in the opening day of the new season before drawing goalless with Bakau United.
They will also be searching for a victory against Brikama United to keep their title hopes alive after five year of trophy drought.
Interior will play against Bakau United at the Serrekunda East Mini Stadium.
Interior and Bakau United are 4th and 5th positions respectively on the league table with 4 points each in two games.
Both sides are charged for a win to keep their hopes of winning their first-ever GFF division one league title.
Elsewhere, Hawks will clash with Gambia Ports Authority in the all-Banjul derby game at the Banjul KG5 Mini Stadium.
Hawks are mid-table with 3 points in two games after their 1-0 win over Samger and will be expecting a win to keep their chances of claiming the league title after several years of trophy drought.
Gambia Ports Authority are 10th position on the league table with a single point in two outings following their goalless draw against FA Cup champions Gamtel.
They will be coming all out for a victory to keep their hopes of winning the title after four years of trophy drought.
On Wednesday 29 January 2014, Real De Banjul will face Gamtel at the Banjul KG5 Mini Stadium.
Real De Banjul are 6th position with 4 points in two games after beating Gambia Ports Authority 2-1 and drawing goalless against newly-promoted side Banjul United.
They will fight tooth and nail to snatch a win against Gamtel to keep their ambition alive.
Reigning league champions Steve Biko will entertain newly-promoted side Banjul United at the Serrekunda East Mini Stadium.
Steve Biko, who are 9th position on the league table with a single point in two games following their goalless draw with Interior, will be coming all out for a victory against Banjul to grab the vital three points to keep their hopes of retaining their 2012-2013 league crown.
Elsewhere, Samger will battle it out with Wallidan at the Brikama Box Bar Mini Stadium.
Samger and Wallidan are languishing second from bottom and bottom place respectively on the league table with zero point each in two outings.
Samger will be hoping for a win against Wallidan to bounce back to their winning form after losing two games in a row against Interior (1-0) and Hawks (on the same score-line) to keep their hopes of staying the premier tier next season.
Wallidan will also be hoping for a victory against Samger to bounce back to their winning way in order to keep their hopes of staying the top flight next season after losing two games in a row against Bakau United 1-0 and Brikama United 3-1.