As the relegation dog fight tenses up, bottom rocked clubs are left tussling it out to retain their premier League status and the outcome of Wallidan-Serrekunda United at the father cough complex could decide who stays up next season.
Wallidan will seek revenge for their head-bowing slump to league new Boys Serrekunda United at the first part of the championship at the Banjul mini-stadium. Striker Madi fatty inspired hat-trick left Wallidan buried January this year, and with the pair meeting four months later, will merely ginger up a scintillating encounter.
At the time, Madi scored four goals in two games and the sensation was soon tipped for a call-up to the Gambia U-17s already. But underdogs SK United, could prove a tough beef for the capitals again, and Fatty will no doubt be an eyemark for Blue Boys coach Foday Bah.
Serrekunda United are shadows of their former selves at present considering how they stormed the league leading the table in the first week. But its no more victory songs for the SK Outfit after back-to-back defeats. With Wallidan stunning show last weekend at the refurbished KG5 -where they shocked defending champions Brikama United, the capital outfit will look to consistency - for another victory - when SK united comes calling on Sunday in Manjai.
In other fixtures, Brikama United take on Hawks at home at the Boxbar stadium on Saturday and Sulayman Kuyateh's men will hope to spring back following their slip up to Wallidan. And with the curtain to be drawn in June, this encounter will alarm the Brikama Youth and Sports Committee whether to cling on to Sulayman Kuyateh as coach of the faltering champions or give him the boot. Kuyateh replaced league-winner Sambou who was sacked for 'inciting players against the committee and bias selection' among other reasons -charges he denies.
Gambia Ports Authority lock horns with Samger at the Serrekunda East stadium also on Sunday whilst Young Africans grinds it out with Bakau United on Sunday in Banjul. Gamtel entertains Armed Forces on Saturday and Real De Banjul takes an aim on Steve Biko.