The PK boys are seven points clear of rivals East End Lions with four rounds of matches remaining in the ongoing Sierra Leone Premier League.

The Southern Province are closing in on their first top-flight title, and they can wrap it up with two more wins as they prepare to face the Republic of Sierra Leone Armed Forces in Kenema field on Sunday.

Lifting this season’s title will be their first in 68-years of existence. They’re now just two victories away from clinching their maiden league title.

Under Chilean boss Jose Salomon, the club have stood firm against all odds; as was widely anticipated, reigning defending champions East End Lions and Rangers have shown they are presently the two best in the country.

In the last league that was suspended due to the coronavirus pandemic, the big spenders were topping the league table with 23 points from 13 matches played during the first half of the league.

Elsewhere on Friday, FC Kallon defeated FC Johansen 2-0 in Makeni. Sierra Leone Police FC stunned Freetown City 2-1 at the Attouga mini stadium. East End Tigers suffered a 2-1 defeat to Anti-Drugs strikers in Magburaka. 

Rangers next four matches 

RSLFA in Kenema on Sunday, FC Johansen in Bo, East End Tigers and Central Parade 

East End Lions’ next four matches 

Ports Authority Away, RSLAF FC, Bai Bureh Warriors and SLIFA FC 

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