Jun 2, 2010, 12:05 PM
Bombada are wishing to defeat Gambia Ports Authority in their week-six fixtures on Saturday 16 January 2016, at the Brikama Box Bar Mini Stadium and move from the relegation zone in the 2015-2016 First-Eco Partners-sponsored Gambia Football Federation domestic division one league.
Gamtel, Bakau giants Steve Biko and Banjul United are hoping to bounce back after losing to Gambia Armed Forces, Samger and Real De Banjul in their previous league matches.
The Brikama-based outfit are currently second place from bottom in the premier tier with 4 points in five league matches, and are enthusiastic to defeat Gambia Ports Authority to move away from red zone and snatch good position in the league.
The Ferry boys are among the teams vying for the league title with 9 points in five league matches, and are prepared to beat Bombada to boost their league title ambitions.
The reigning league champions Gamtel will play against Brikama United at the Serrekunda East Mini Stadium.
The telecommunication giants are among the teams competing for the league title with 7 points in five league matches, and will be hoping to recover against Sateyba boys to keep their chances of retaining their 2014-2015 league crown after losing to Gambia Armed Forces 1-0 at the weekend.
The Sateyba boys are also among the teams contending for the league title with 7 points in five league matches. They are keen to maul the telecommunication giants to keep their league hopes alive.
Elsewhere, Hawks will rub shoulders with Banjul United in the all-Banjul derby game at the Banjul KG5 Mini Stadium.
The city boys will be hoping to bounce back against Red Devils to improve their position in the league after losing to Real De Banjul in the all-Banjul derby at the weekend.
The Red Devils are struggling in the league with 4 points in five league matches, and are aimed at pounding the city boys to boost their position in the league.
On Sunday 17 January 2016, Samger will welcome Serrekunda United at the Serrekunda East Mini Stadium. The academy boys are currently leading the league with 9 points in five league matches, and are looking for a win against the Serrekunda-based outfit to revive their lead in the league.
The Serrekunda-based outfit are currently languishing bottom place in the league with 2 points in five games. They will be fighting to beat academy boys to move away from the relegation zone and secure good position in the league.
Wallidan will meet Gambia Armed Forces at the Banjul KG 5 Mini Stadium. The blue boys are mid-table with 7 points in five league matches, and are aiming to defeat the Soldiers to close the gap and also maintain their league title hopes alive.
The Soldiers are second spot in the league with 9 points in five league matches. They are keen to smash the blue boys to mount pressure on league leaders Samger.
Elsewhere, Steve Biko will take on Real De Banjul in the other week-six fixtures at the Serrekunda West Mini Stadium.
The Bakau giant killers are mid-table with 5 points in five league matches, and will be expecting to recover against city-giants after losing to Samger 1-0 at the weekend.
The city-giants are also mid-table with 6 points in five league matches, and will be eyeing to beat Bakau giant killers to fancy their chances of clinching the league title.