Jan 16, 2017, 11:13 AM
The country’s top flight football league season fixtures are set to resume on 9 January 2016, while the second tier matches are fixed to resume on 7 January 2016.
Gambia Ports Authority are currently topping the 2015-2016 First-Eco Partners-sponsored Gambia Football Federation division one league standings with 8 points in four league games after grabbing two victories and two draws and are also unbeaten since the start of the league last month.
The ferry boys are leading second-place Gamtel with a single point and are expecting to win their remaining fixtures in the first round to rejuvenate their lead in the league.
The Telecommunication giants have snatched 7 points in four league games after winning two games against Hawks and Wallidan - one draw against Real De Banjul and one defeat against current league leaders Gambia Ports Authority.
Bombada are rooted second place from bottom in the top tier with 3 points in four league games. They are also eager to win their remaining fixtures when league matches resume in January 2016 to move away from the red zone and snatch a comfortable position in the league standings.
Serrekunda United are languishing at the bottom in the top tier with a single point in four league matches. They expect to win their remaining league matches in the first round when actions resume in January 2016, to avoid relegation to the second tier and stay in the top flight next season.
Marimoo are leading the second tier with 7 points in three league matches after grabbing two victories against Lamin United and Immigration and one draw against BK Milan.
Newly-promoted side Brufut United are occupying second spot in the second tier with 7 points after realising two victories and one draw in the opening three league matches, beating Young Africans and Serrekunda East Bi and drawing with Tallinding United.
Young Africans and Lamin United are languishing second place from bottom and bottom-place in the second tier with zero points in three league matches.