Wallidan who returned to the top flight after just a season in the drop, have managed to transform themselves from strangers to potential title contenders if their recent performance is anything to go by. And giving their rich history in the league, any further victory for the Blues would send chills down the spines of all those in contention for the title. The Blues booked themselves a quarter final slot in the FA Cup and moved within shoulders of the top guns on Tuesday with victory over Ports in the league. Taking a cue from that feat they would arrive in Serekunda on Sunday in good spirit to meet Brikama who are fast losing grip of their early strength and former championship respect in the league. The self-styled ‘Big Town’ boys lost mid-week to the revelation of the league, Banjul United.
The other super clash is in the capital, where leaders Real de Banjul, big winners over Samger mid-week will meet stiff opposition to their dreams of taking the fast lane to the title. They are up against Banjul United who have clearly proven to be a hard nuts to crack.
The same day GPA will meet Gamtel in another exciting fixture. On Saturday defending champions Steve Biko will be at Brikama to meet Interior FC. Biko’s poor run this season has caused anxiety among fans and officials alike.
Mighty Hawks will play Samger as Armed Forces meet Bakau United, also on Saturday.
By Lamin Cham]]>