Sep 25, 2014, 10:34 AM
Brikama United are occupying 2nd place on the league table with 19 points in eleven outings and will be in for revenge after losing to Real De Banjul 3-0 in the first round, to keep their title hopes alive.
Real De Banjul are currently leading the league table with 22 points in eleven games and will be coming all out for a victory against the West Coast Region giants to rejuvenate their lead at the top of the summit as well as keeping dreams of winning the GFF division one league after one year of trophy drought.
In the previous scores, Armed Forces beat blue boys Wallidan 1-0, the ferry boys Gambia Ports Authority thumped academy boys Samger 2-0, and Hawks thrashed Police outfit Interior 3-1. Hawks are 5th place on the league table with 16 points in eleven games; Interior are 6th place with 15 points in eleven games, and Gambia Ports Authority are 8th place with 14 points in eleven outings.
Armed Forces are mid-table with 13 points in eleven games, while academy boys Samger are languishing second from bottom with 11 points in eleven games and are expecting to win their remaining fixtures to move away from relegation zone and avoid relegation to the second tier.