By Sulayman Bah
Gambia Ports Authority will hope to open up a five point gap atop the league when they square capital rivals Banjul United in week seven of the ongoing First echo sponsored First Division League.
The Ferry Boys are looking every inch of a much revamped side if their current stats are any to rely on, comparing how they failed to spark off at this stage of the championship the previous term.
So far, Gaffer Alagie Sarr, who’d been linked to take over the national team managerial reigns, and his army of players are yet to taste defeat in five hundred and forty minutes of football.
They take on a Banjul United side who seem to have lost their mojo to delight, sitting fifth position, managing a decent return of six points in possible eighteen in as six matches.
Ports, on 12 points with an early lead on top of the standings, carry the favourite tagging but must first outmuscle rivals Banjul United who are on a slow recuperation.
Bombada will entertain a stuttering Gamtel in another game also on Saturday while Hawks aim a sword on Steve Biko who floored Real de Banjul by a shock 1-0 score in their last encounter.
Brikama United take on Armed Forces, second-placed Samger crossing daggers with Wallidan and Serekunda United battling real de Banjul.