NW FOOTBALL: Don Olphert’s men running out of games to avoid the drop

Churchill United keeper Paul Doherty fists the ball clear during Saturday's match against Eglinton. INLS1116-116KM
Churchill United keeper Paul Doherty fists the ball clear during Saturday's match against Eglinton. INLS1116-116KM

There are four games in the Premier Division this Saturday.

Match of the day probably sees title contenders Foyle Wanderers coming up against relegation threatened BBOB.

There’s also another top versus bottom encounter being staged at McCourts.

Ardmore v Greysteel

Things don’t get any easier for Greysteel as they face the form team in the division.

They showed a bit of an improvement last week but still ended up with no points, things are really looking bleak for them.

Damien McGee’s side had to battle hard to share the spoils at neighbours Tullyally, but they still remain the team to beat and they should have few problems here.

Prediction: Ardmore.

Foyle Wanderers v BBOB

Wanderers were without a game last week and that was a disappointment for them as they try to get back to winning ways after a couple of defeats, as they know that Ardmore aren’t going to lose to many.

The Old Boys are running out of games but surely with the players they have got, they can pull clear of the relegation battle.

Prediction: Foyle Wanderers.

Tullyally v Lincoln Courts

The home side put up one of their best performances last Saturday and if they can build on that then they are sure to start moving up the table. Their defence especially were very good in that game.

The Courts have almost given up in their quest for the league title to many below average performances has been their down fall and a top four finish is still achievable.

Prediction: Score Draw.

Claudy Rovers v Drummond

Rovers picked up another three points last week and now look safe from the drop. They still however will consider this season to have been a disappointment, they need a couple of more signings if they are going to be a force again.

The same could be said about Drummond, they brought in a number of youngsters this season and although they started well things have tailed off some.

They are on the right track and will be a force to be reckoned with in the coming seasons.

Prediction: Score draw