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Five Games to Watch in the West Region - 22/23 February 2020

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Ardrossan Winton Rovers vs Drumchapel United U13

Both of these teams have an outside chance of catching up to league leaders Clydebank in the PJDYFL Division 2 table.

Drumchapel United have the better chance of catching up, having to make up 10 points on the leaders having played the same number of games. United have only lost three games all season and a win this weekend would give them a mental boost in trying to catch up.

Ardrossan have a more difficult challenge, having to make up twelve points having played two games more than Clydebank. The comfort being that there are still plenty of games still left to play.

Linwood Rangers vs Stamperland Juniors U17

The top two face off in the third division of the PJDYFL in what could be a potentially league deciding match.

Stamperland Juniors have the advantage for now, holding a five point lead at the top having played one game more than their opponents this weekend. A win for them this weekend could prove to be the win that effectively wins them the title.

Linwood Rangers stand in their way and will have to put in an impressive performance to defeat the league leaders on Saturday. Having lost just two games this season, they have been impressive to watch.

It’s very difficult to predict how this one will go, but it certainly looks like this is going to be an entertaining clash.

Summerston BC vs Drumchapel Amateurs U17

Just two points separate the top two in the GDYFL U17’s League in what has been a closely fought title race.

Drumchapel Amateurs hold top spot and remain unbeaten so far this season in the league. The only points that they have dropped this season have come at the hands of their opponents this weekend in a 2-2 draw back in October.

Summerston also remain unbeaten in the league, but have fallen behind Drumchapel thanks to having drawn one game more. A win would move them top and give them a key psychological adavantage for the rest of the season.

This is certainly one to keep an eye on!

St Patrick’s Sports Academy vs Ashfield Juniors U13

The top two face off in the A Division of the GDYFL League’s and it’s one where anything can happen.

St Patrick’s currently occupy top spot but have disadvantage in the title race due to the number of matches that they’ve played. They are currently five points clear at the top having played four games more than their opponents.

Ashfield are in great form and will take that confidence boost coming into this game. Juniors have a perfect record in the league, securing seven wins out of seven as they seek to mark their first foray into 11-a-side football with a league title.

Don’t write St Patrick’s off however. They will feel they have a point to prove as they try to hold on to top spot.

Knightswood FC vs EKRR Youth U15

The two undefeated teams remaining in the GDYFL A Division face off in what is sure to be an incredible game.

Knightswood are flying at the moment and have a perfect 10 wins from 10 games in the league so far. That record has seen them open up a five point lead at the top ahead of second placed Drumchapel United.

EKRR Youth however are right on their tale and boast an undefeated record too, despite having drawn one game. They have three games in hand over their opponents and a win this weekend would certainly blow the title race wide open.

Here’s hoping for an excellent game.

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