Dec 14, 2010, 3:56 PM
Real De Banjul De Banjul will renew the defence of their title following their exit in the CAF Champions league last weekend against fellow Banjul side Young Africans in Banjul on Saturday.
Real, who lost 1-0 to FUS Rabat of Tunisia in Tunis and won 2-1 in Banjul could not make it passed the preliminary round of the qualifiers, have now focused on the national league which is now nothing but challenging as Steve Biko have overtaken them on the top spot .
But Real have the bigger advantage as they have two matches in hand with 11 points while top spot contenders Biko played at their seven matches to bank 14 points. A win for Real will guaranty or put them on track for the title.
Bakau United will play Seaview at the Serrekunda East Mini-Stadium, while Armed Forces play Interior in Brikama, all in Saturday matches.
Steve Biko guided by former national player Coach Abdoulie Bojang will led Biko against GPA on Sunday in Banjul.
Coach Bojang must win Sunday’s game to avoid a slip on the top.
Hawks will face Gamtel who are set for another international outing next week at the Serrekunda East.Brikama will host Samger.