The defending champions Bo Rangers are leading the Sierra Leone Premier League Standings with 17 points out of 7 matches played.
Mighty Blackpool, Diamond Stars, East End Lions, and Bai Bureh Warriors sit 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th positions.
According to the Sierra Leone Premier League Board, in week 7, 17 goals were scored across the country. A total of 107 goals have been scored by 76 players in 63 matches.
FC Kallon duo, Alie Conteh and Baimba Sesay are leading the SLPL top scorers list with 4 goals each. Ibrahim Wotay of Diamond Stars, Abdul Sesay of Fretonian SLIFA, Mohamed Sumah and Mohamed S. Kanu of Bai Bureh Warriors have 3 goals each.
17 players have provided 2 goals in the league- Mighty Blackpool Ron Gandi Williams, Ibrahim Turay of Bo Rangers and Alhassan Nani Jah of Old Edwardians have all fired two goals.
Alieson Kamara of Mighty Blackpool joins Saymah Kamara of Wusum Stars to lead the assist chats with 3 each followed by Alie Conteh of FC Kallon (2), Momoh Kamanda of Kamboi Eagles (2), Salieu Bah of Central Parade (2) and FC Kallon captain Saidu Fofanah having provided 2 assists.
Alie Conteh of FC Kallon has made the highest goals contributions with 4 goals and 2 assists = 6
Mighty Blackpool, Bai Bureh Warriors and FC Kallon have scored the most goals in the league (11) followed by Bo Rangers (9) and Diamond Stars (7).
East End Lions have conceded the least goals (2) out of 7 matches played. Mighty Blackpool, Diamond Stars and FC Johansen have conceded 3 goals respectively. While Wusum Stars have conceded the highest goals (12). FC Kallon and Central Parade have also conceded 10 goals each.
With the 4-0 defeat against Wusum Stars, Mighty Blackpool have won the highest goal margin per game.
The best defending team so far is East End Lions with two goals conceded. Their defense have kept 5 clean sheets. FC Johansen have also recorded 5 clean sheets out of 7 matches.
Only Bo Rangers have won 5 matches out of 7 played. Mighty Blackpool sit second with 4 wins out of 7 games played.
Kamboi Eagles and Ports Authority are yet to record a win in the ongoing SL Premier League. Both Clubs have drawn the highest number of matches as well (5) out of seven games.
Freetown City FC and Wusum Stars have lost the highest number of games (4) each. And they sit bottom of the table, 17th and 18th respectively.
All three promoted teams to the Premier League have won at least a match in the ongoing League. Luawa FC and Real Republicans have won 2 games while Lambo won their only game against their Northwest rivals Bai Bureh Warriors.
As it stands, the three relegation teams are Ports Authority (16th), Freetown City (17th) and Wusum Stars (18th) positions.
55 players have provided an assist in the league.
Out of 63 matches played, 62 man of the match awards have been provided to players. Bai Bureh Warriors have recorded the highest number of man of the match awards (6); followed by Bo Rangers, Mighty Blackpool and Diamond Stars with (5) each.
All 18 clubs have received a man of the match award.
Abu Diaby Dumbuya of Freetonian SLIFA and Salieu of Central Parade have won the most man of the match awards (3) each. Mighty Blackpool Bureh G. Koroma, FC Kallon Alie Conteh, Real Republicans Dennis Kamara, Ibrahim Wotay of Diamond Stars and Lahai Coker of Kamboi Eagles, Edward Tullah of FCFC have all recorded 2 individual man of the match awards.
Bai Bureh Warriors are the only clubs to have recoded 6 different players wining the man of the match awards. Followed by Bo Rangers with 5, Diamond Stars (4) Old Edwardians (4) Mighty Blackpool (4) and Ports Authority (4)
138 yellow cards and 12 red cards have been shown in the ongoing SLPL.
8 penalties have been recorded and 5 have been converted to goal and 3 have been missed by players of Lamboi FC, Luawa FC and Bai Bureh Warriors.
The best performing team in week 7 is Mighty Blackpool having won 4-0 against Wusum Star in Makeni.
Bo Rangers, Mighty Blackpool, Diamond Stars and East End Lions are the only team that are unbeaten in the League. Chronologically, this is how they sit in the league from 1st to 4th.