Apr 14, 2016, 11:56 AM
Real De Banjul and Wallidan will renew their rivalry in the 2015-2016 First Eco Partners-sponsored Gambia Football Federation domestic division one league on Sunday 7 February 2016, at the Banjul KG5 Mini Stadium.
Real De Banjul and Wallidan are household names in The Gambia and have won the league more than any other club in the country’s top flight, and their games are always tense and exciting in previous years.
Real De Banjul have won 12 league titles, while Wallidan havebagged 15 league titles three league titles more than their city rivals Real De Banjul.
Real De Banjul and Wallidan are both among the teams rivaling for the league title, and will be hopeful to beat each in order to boost their league title ambitions alive.
Bombada will host Brikama United in the all-Brikama derby clash at the Brikama Box Bar Mini Stadium.
Bombada are struggling in the danger zone in the premier tier. They will be eyeing to defeat Brikama United to grab the vital three points and move away from the relegation zone after losing to Brikama United 3-0 last season.
Brikama United are among the teams competing for the league title, and will be chasing to thrash Bombada to increase their chances of clinching their league title.
Elsewhere, Hawks will meet Samger at the Serrekunda West Mini Stadium. The Red Devils are struggling in the premier tier and will be fighting to beat Samger in order to move away from red zone.
The Academy boys are among the teams chasing the league title, and will be coming for a win against Hawks to close the gap to league leaders Gambia Ports Authority.
On Saturday 6 February 2015, bottom place Serrekunda United will welcome league leaders Gambia Ports Authority at the Serrekunda East Mini Stadium.
The Ferry boys will be routing to pound Serrekunda United in order to revive their lead in the summit, while the Serrekunda based outfit will be fighting tooth to beat Gambia Ports Authority in order to move from the relegation zone.
Banjul United will take on Gambia Armed Forces at the Banjul KG5 Mini Stadium. The Banjul-based outfit are just two places above relegation and will be eyeing to edge past Gambia Armed Forces to improve their position in the league.
The Soldiers are eight points behind league leaders Gambia Ports Authority, and will be hoping to snatch the vital three points against Banjul United in order to increase their league title ambitions.
Elsewhere, Steve Biko will battle it out with reigning league champions Gamtel at the Serrekunda West Mini Stadium on the same day.
The Bakau giant are seven points behind league leaders Gambia Ports Authority, and will be expecting to recover against Gamtel to stand in contention for the league after losing to Gambia Ports Authority 1-0 in their previous league outing.
The telecommunication giants are eight points behind league leaders Gambia Ports Authority, and will be accentuating to beat Steve Biko in order to fancy their hopes of retaining their 2014-2015 division league crown.