As the on going Salone Premier League enters its second month, today’s encounter pitches Old Edwardians, who have been very impressive in their last two matches, against the defending champion Ports Authority who started the league on a poor footing.
The match is expected to have some fire works as both teams will go on the offensive to win and secure all three vital points. Both teams have won one match each out of there matches played so far in the league. The match is expected to be tough and thrilling since a second win for any one is vital.
In tomorrow’s match at the National Stadium, FC Kallon will be going in full swing to thrash Real Republicans. FC Kallon was held to a goal less draw by Bo Rangers last Friday, which affected their position in the league.
That is why they will go into tomorrow’s match with a focus to win. Anything short of winning will spell doom for a team poised to clinch the championship.
Republicans who are bottom of the table and have one point out of four matches played so far are fighting relegation in the league. They will not afford to lose tomorrow’s match which will not be good for the team who is fighting relegation.
On the same day in Kono Diamond Stars will host Central Parade. The head coach of Central Parade Derrick Boison has disclosed to Awoko Sports that they are going for a win to make sure they secure three vital points tomorrow from their encounter with Diamond Stars.
While Diamond Stars will want to continue in their winning spree as they won their last match against Real Republicans. This will make the match more exciting as both teams want to win.
Since the start of this year’s league Diamond Stars has only lost to East End Lions on their own grounds.
Magburaka town will on Sunday witness another promising march when Wusum Stars play host to East End Lions in Magburaka playing field. Wusum Stars who have lost their last match against Kamboi Eagles will not afford to lose two matches in a row. This makes the match more difficult for East End Lions who are desperate to win all their remaining matches. Indeed the stakes are high.
Speaking to Awoko Sports, Football fans say that they are not pleased with the two weeks break in the premier League schedule at the National Stadium in Freetown as it lowers the momentum that had built up.