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Old Edwardians, Mighty Blackpool, and FC Johansen all Premiership League clubs are back in action this afternoon following a week’s recess at the National Stadium in Freetown.
The stadium was occupied by Evangelists Daniel Kolenda and Reinhard Bonnke as they held their Great Gospel crusade.
Old Edwardians FC will take on Mighty Blackpool by 17:00 hrs local time and FC Johansen takes on Freetown City FC in a later kickoff at 19:00 hrs. Both matches are playing at the National Stadium in Freetown.
In Tongo this afternoon, Gem stars will be in action against East End Lions.
In tomorrow’s encounter, FC Kallon who were beaten 2-0 by Warri Wolves in Nigeria over the weekend in the knock out of CAF competition will lock horns with Wusum Stars of Makeni at the National Stadium in Freetown.
According to the chairman of Premier League board, Victor Lewis said they are organizing two matches per day as a way of fast tracking the 1st leg in order to avoid the raining season as the 2nd leg competition will commence in mid May.
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