Mar 13, 2020, 3:07 PM
(Friday, 8 January 2016 Issue)
Current league leaders Gambia Ports Authority are aiming to increase their lead in the 2015-2016 First-Eco Partners-sponsored Gambia Football Federation domestic division one league.
Meanwhile, Real de Banjul is fighting for survival in the top flight, as the team faces Banjul United, after a poor start. The league matches resume tomorrow, Saturday, after the Christmas and New Year break.
The ferry boys are currently leading in the country’s top flight with 8 points in four league matches, and are preparing to play away to Brikama United on Sunday, 10 January 2016, at the Brikama Box Bar Mini Stadium.
The ferry boys will be enthusiastic to beat the Sateyba boys in order to reinvigorate their lead in the league and maintain their unbeaten run to five matches.
Brikama United are among the teams vying for the league title with 6 points in four league matches. They will be hoping to defeat Gambia Ports Authority to top the league table and keep their league title hopes alive.
Gambia Armed Forces will meet the current league champions, Gamtel, at the Serrekunda East Mini Stadium.
The soldiers are among the teams battling for the league title, and will be eager to beat the telecommunications giants in order to keep their league title ambitions alive.
The telecommunications giants are currently occupying second spot in the top flight with 7 points in four league matches. They are a single point behind current league leaders Gambia Ports Authority, which has 8 points in four league games.
The telecoms giants are looking to demolish the soldiers to mount pressure on the league leaders, and keep alive their chances of retaining the league crown.
Elsewhere, Banjul United will host Real de Banjul in an all-Banjul derby, at the Banjul KG5 Mini Stadium on the same day, Sunday 10 January.
Banjul United are mid-table in the top flight with 5 points in four league matches, and will be keen to beat Real in order to improve their position in the league standings.
Real de Banjul are currently struggling in the top flight with 3 points in four league matches, and are yet to snatch their first victory in the league. They will be fighting tooth and nail to beat Banjul United in order to bring their title ambitions back on track, after a poor start to their league campaign.
On Saturday 9 January 2016, Serrekunda United will clash with Wallidan at the Serrekunda West Mini Stadium. The Serrekunda outfit are languishing bottom place in the top flight with a single point in four league matches. They will be struggling to defeat the blue boys in order to move away from the red zone, and boost their hopes of staying in the top flight next season.
The blue boys are among the teams contending for the league title with 6 points in four league matches. They will be excited to trounce the Serrekunda-based outfit and boost their league title ambitions.
Steve Biko will rub shoulders with Samger at the Serrekunda East Mini Stadium. The Bakau giant killers and the academy boys are newcomers in the top flight, after their promotion last season. They will be hopeful of beating each in order to stay in the top flight for another season, and avoid relegation to the second tier.
Elsewhere, Bombada will welcome Hawks at the Brikama Box Bar Mini Stadium on the same day.
Bombada and Hawks are both struggling in the top flight with 3 points each in four league matches. They will be optimistic about moving away from the relegation zone and to grab a good position in the summit, in order to avoid relegation to the second tier.