Jun 27, 2014, 11:07 AM
The 2015-2016 First-Eco Partners-sponsored Gambia Football Federation domestic division one league is set to produce electrifying fixtures this weekend.
As part of week-ten fixture, tomorrow, 13 February 2016, Brikama United will host Banjul United at the Brikama Box Bar Mini Stadium.
The Sateyba boys are currently occupying second spot in the premier tier with 15 points in nine league matches four points behind league leaders Gambia Ports Authority, who have grabbed 19 points in nine league matches. They will be eyeballing to beat Banjul United to cut the gap to a single point.
The city giants are one-place above safety with 7 points in nine league matches. They will be expecting to recover after losing to Gambia Armed Forces 2-1 in their last fixture to improve their position in the league.
Wallidan will welcome Bombada at the Banjul KG5 Mini Stadium. The blue boys are among the teams challenging for the league title with 13 points in nine league games and are preparing to smash Bombada to hit pressure on league leaders Gambia Ports Authority.
The Sateyba-based outfit are currently second place from bottom in the league with 6 points in nine league matches. They will be competing to outclass Wallidan to move away from the danger zone.
Elsewhere, Gambia Armed Forces will take on Steve Biko at the Serrekunda West Mini Stadium. The soldiers and the Bakau giant killers are both among the teams competing for the league title and will be rebellious to beat each in order to fancy their league title ambition alive.
Gambia Armed Forces are with 13 points in nine league games, while Steve Biko are with 12 points in nine league games.
On Sunday 14 February 2016, Samger will play against Gambia Ports Authority at the Serrekunda East Mini Stadium.
The academy boys, with 12 points in nine league matches, are among teams vying for the league title.
They are expecting to beat Gambia Ports Authority and bounce back in contention for the league title following their 2-1 defeat to Hawks at the weekend.
The ferry boys are topping the premier tier standings with 19 points in nine league matches, and will be animated to thrash Samger and rejuvenate their lead in the summit after their disappointing goalless draw with bottom-place Serrekunda United at the weekend.
Elsewhere, Hawks will clash with Real De Banjul in the all-Banjul derby clash at the Banjul KG5 Mini Stadium on the same day.
Hawks are just two places above relegation zone with 9 points in nine league matches. They will be wrestling to beat Real De Banjul to improve their position in the league.
Real De Banjul are mid-table in the league with 11 points in nine league games, and will try to trounce Hawks in order to boost their league title hopes alive.