The Orange National First Division League 2021/22 Match-day two comes live on Sunday, November 7 with enticing actions in different places.
It is all set to be a crushing weekend once again in the Liberian domestic top league as the journey to glory fumes up.
There will be six incredible fixtures at six venues as the second match-day of the new league season gets underway, with 3:30 PM set for kick-off across all the Match-day venues in Montserrado, Margibi and Nimba Counties.
Yekepa-based Heaven Eleven are set to welcome one of the top flight’s title chasers Watanga FC in their first home game of the 2021/22 season.
The match is very significant to the Gangra boys who are poised not only to grab their first three points of the season, but to play to the delight of their fans for the first time in a top-flight match at home having been promoted from the 2nd tier last season.
It is obviously not going to be an easy task for the new boys as they take on one of the league’s outstanding candidates, Watanga FC.
Watanga currently sit number-one on the league’s table after collecting a huge win over Nimba United on the opening day at the SKD Mini Pitch during the midweek.
The Yekepa giants began their top-flight journey with an impressive fight on Wednesday as they imposed local rivals, Nimba Kwado to a goalless draw in the first Nimba Derby of the season.
Elsewhere, Monrovia Club Breweries after squeezing a point away at the expense of Bea Mountain on the first day of the season, they go head up against one of the league’s oldest sides Mighty Barrolle in a fierce clash at the ATS on Sunday afternoon.
Both sides took a point each from their respective fixtures on the first day.
The Kanyan Pepper boys were held to a two-all draw by an energized Freeport FC at the Doris Williams Stadium in Buchanan. Club Breweries had a stunning output in Kinjor, where they took an important point from Bea Mountain.
From all indications, it will be a gruesome encounter between the two clubs as they look eager to register their first win of the season.
Barrolle sit 5th with Breweries positioned just a step beneath at 6th place. They are tied on one point tally each.
It is going to be a day of reckoning as two of the league’s most overrated sides LPRC Oilers and LISCR lineup in a titanic battle at the TUSA field in Gardnersville.
LISCR finished second adrift champions Oilers last season with just a slack point difference.
Both clubs are presently sitting bumper-to-bumper on the log after claiming victories from their opening league’s fixtures. The champions sit Second, while LISCR hold the Third position.
Oilers ravaged newcomers Sandi 3-0 at the TUSA field on Wednesday: LISCR pinned another newbies Invincible Eleven (IE) one-nil at the ATS.
After a struggling start for them, Margibi based First Division side Sandi FC have drawn their lines to battle Freeport FC in a blockbusting showpiece at the Nancy B. Doe Stadium in Kakata.
Sandi and Freeport are equally targeting their first win of the campaign. The Greens snatched a point at the detriment of Mighty Barrolle on the kick-off day.
But, the Margibians are hopeful for a possible make-up having flunked in their opening match away to champions LPRC Oilers.
A poor result from the first day has Sandi positioned two steps from the bottom. As for the Bushrod Islanders, they are 4th on the table with one point.
Liberia’s oldest Club Invincible Eleven (IE) are up for a three-point hunt against Nimba Kwado at the George Weah Technical Center in Careysburg City.
It was not a good start for the Sunshine Yellow boys of IE upon their returned to the top league for the first time since 2019.
The Darling boys fell prey to dreadful LISCR FC.
They are again up against another tough opponents, Nimba Kwado. The Ton Peæ Meã were surprised to a dramatic nil-nil equalizer by Heaven Eleven in their own backyard on the Wednesday.
Both Kwado and the Yellow boys are intoxicated to capture a win on Sunday with no side dare to succumb to a defeat.
Having been shocked to walloping 4-0 defeat by Watanga on Wednesday, Nimba United are set to engage the Gold boys of Bea Mountain in a bid to secure their first win of the season.
United will take on the Cape Mount Gold boys at the North Star Stadium in Mount Barclay on Sunday, at 3:30 PM as they look to relieve themselves of the setbacks suffered on the opening day.