The Orange national league 2nd division (2020-21 season) has proven to be intriguing as always ever since the start of the campaign, but the final match-day drama is going to be even more tense than ever before.
With the title itself set to be decided in the final match-day on Friday, 11 June, its going to be a day of emotion, glory and despair.
The main title contenders Heaven Eleven and Barrack Young Controllers (BYC-ll) are separated by two points going into the judgement day fight with the Yekepa-based Club in the full-front. Both sides are going for nothing less than a win, but BYC will hope that the Mount Gangra boys dropped down.
There will be 7 fierce league encounters at 7 venues in Nimba, Margibi and Montserrado Counties and all the matches will kick-off at 16:00 GMT (4:00 PM local time).
The EB Stadium in Yekepa will be a total battlefield as home side Heaven Eleven and Muscat square up in a wary clash.
Heaven Eleven who are sitting atop of the log with 2 points ahead of BYC-ll will have to beat Muscat FC in order to confirm their coronation as the new champions. Muscat are equally looking for a win.
The Yekepa-based Club after playing 25 league games, they have won 17; they have drawn 6 times and lost 2 matches this campaign.
Their challengers Muscat have recorded 12 wins, 8 losses and 5 draws from 25 league games as well.
Though they have lost 2 games so far this season, but the Mount Gangra Angels have never lost a home game this season.
A win for the resilient boys of Muscat will surely put them on the train for promotion to the top-flight league. Muscat need a win and wait for Sandi to be out boxed by Jai to ensure their elevation.
Title holders BYC-ll will take on Keitrace in a purely tough encounter as both sides go for a direct win.
The defending champions have to win Keitrace and hope that Muscat beat down the league leaders in Yekepa, so that they can record a back-to-back title win. Keitrace equally need a win to escape the relegation play-offs zone.
The Go Blue boys who have been in a top form recently which has even seen them taking over the table for the first this season from Heaven Eleven two weeks back, were held to a shock one-one draw by Blue Angels last Friday, at the Blue Field in PHP, central town.
BYC-ll have recorded 16 wins, 2 defeats, 7 draws and have accumulated 55 points from 25 matches this season. They are 2 points adrift Heaven Eleven.
Though the defending champions are desperately hunting for a win as they hope to retain the crown, but Keitrace FC on the other hand are pushing for a win in their quest to survive from the drop.
Keitrace are positioned 12th on the table in the relegation play-offs territory with 26 points. A win is not a second choice for them as they look to move to safety.
Keitrace won Muscat a goal to nil in their last game and are looking to continue on the winning ways.
Margibi-based Mighty Blue Angels will draw up against Gardnersville FC and the Nancy Doe Stadium in Kakata, Margibi County will be used for this clash.
Blue Angels are sitting Ninth-place on the counter with 31 points, 4 above 11th-placed Gardnersville.
G’Ville are looking for a win in order to move upwards on the table.
Tony FC and Junior Pro will lock horns at the Technical Center in Careysburg, Montserrado County.
Tony are 2 points behind Junior Pro. They sit 7th on 35 points whilst Junior Pro are 6th on 37 points. A win for Tony will put them a point difference above Junior Pro. Both sides are fighting to maintain their respective positions.
Meanwhile, Jubilee FC will take on Stages FC at the SKD Practice Pitch in the City of Paynesville.
Stages currently sit on 16 points and are second from the floor. They were defeated 3-2 by Jai last Friday at the Technical Center. Stages FC currently stand 10 points away from Keitrace, so it is clear that they will be playing in the 3rd division championship next season.
Jai FC and Sandi will end their season at the Antoinette Tubman Stadium (ATS) in central Monrovia in a high tempo contest.
Jai are 5th on the table with 38 points and their visitors Sandi are 3rd with 41 points. Sandi need a win to pave the way for their promoting to the top league.
They are presently leveled on points with Muscat, but remained ahead on goal difference.
Securing the 3 points is also paramount to Jai who are hoping to fall in the promotional play-offs.
Ganta Almighty are up for a win against relegated side FC Fassell at the Gompa Sports Stadium.
The soccer missionaries are sitting at the very bottom of the table, but they have been very strong in their last few matches. They held Junior Pro to 2-2 draw last week.
The green warriors of Almighty must collect the 3 points to ensure their survival. The warriors lost 3-2 to Gardnersville last week. They now remain separated by a point above the boys from the Township of Gardnerville.