The 2021 and 2022 LFA Orange 1st Division League actions continue this weekend with staggering fixtures as the race for domestic league glory intensifies amongst 12 league contenders.
The League’s table look to shape up with six matches on matchweek-4 across different venues on Sunday, 21 November with 3:30 PM set as kick-off time.
After a top-notch performance over Sandi FC last weekend, high-flying LISCR FC will go head-to-head against Nimba Kwado in a rivalry that is traditionally entertaining in its own way.
It is going to be a clash of the titans with both LISCR and Kwado keen on staying on the winning ways after collecting all 3 points from their respective fixtures the past weekend.
Nimba Kwado snubbed league champions LPRC Oilers to a narrow, but shocking one-nil defeat last weekend to register their first win of the season.
After suffering a back-to-back defeats to the Shipping boys last campaign, it is obvious that the Ton Peæ boys of Nimba Kwado will be up for a revenge this time around as they look to break all odds against them to secure the win this Sunday at the ATS in central Monrovia.
The three-time League champions LISCR are currently topping the league’s table after an firing start to the campaign which has seen them collect two wins alongside a draw from 3 league games.
Visiting side Nimba Kwado grabbed their first 3 points of the season at home last weekend in Sanniquellie after recording a draw and one defeat from their previous two league’s fixtures.
Kwado head into the epic Match-day 4 showdown 7th-placed in the standings.
Elsewhere, reigning champions LPRC Oilers will continue to defend their crown when they engage another powerhouse in the league, Watanga FC.
It will be a cracker as Second-placed Watanga hope to continue on the winning ways after an astounding 3-0 victory over traditional side Invincible Eleven (IE) at the SKD Mini Pitch last Sunday.
Meanwhile, the champions are desperate to get back on the winning ways after bowing to their first defeat of the new season to Kwado last weekend in Nimba.
Watanga are firmly positioned 2nd in the table on 6 points, with the champions stationed 5th on a tally of 4 points after 3 games respectively.
After tasting their first defeat laway to Bea Mountain last weekend, Orange 1st Division debutants Heaven Eleven will hope for home inspiration at the E.B. Stadium in Yekepa for the visit of one of the League’s oldest sides Mighty Barrolle.
The Rollers are still without a win after 3 games played so far this season. They are currently rested in the relegation zone with just 2 points from 3 games.
Home side Heaven Eleven have recorded one win, one draw along with one defeat from their early three matches of the campaign.
The George Weah Technical Center in Careysburg will be a scene of attraction as the Sunshine Yellow boys of IE host unstoppable Bea Mountain in an eye-catching encounter.
The Yellow boys will look to end the unbeaten run of the Gold boys who have recorded two wins and a draw from their last three outings so far since the start of the campaign.
Invincible Eleven after collecting just a win from three games, they will be mostly targeting a victory in the Sunday’s matchup against their visitors.
Eleventh-placed Nimba United will be hunting for their first win after a poor start of the season when they host strong-standing Freeport FC at the North Star Stadium in Mount Barclay.
The present form of the Go Greens boys give them a better edge over the North Star boys.
The Bushrod Islanders have recorded two draws and a win from three league games and sit 4th on the log.
Margibi giants Sandi FC who continue to struggle for life in the top Division will take on Monrovia Club Breweries at the Nancy Doe Stadium in Kakata this weekend.
Sandi have lost two of their opening three fixtures since ascending to the Top-flight. They were dealt a huge setback last weekend by a humiliating 8-2 defeat to title candidates LISCR FC marking their second defeat of the season.
They are currently positioned at the depth of the table with just a point.
Despite their poor start, Sandi remained undefeated on home ground. This means it will not be a freeride for Club Breweries at the Nancy Doe Stadium where the home side will be fighting to put smile on the faces of their fans.
The Beer boys are seated midway on the log with 4 points after registering one win, one draw, and a defeat from 3 games.
They lost to Freeport FC last week at the ATS.