Later tonight at the Lebanon House Court in Tudu, Ghana Air Force is scheduled to be in action in the Accra Basketball League (ABL) Men’s Division II matchup against Junior Reformers.
The game offers Air Force a big chance to grab a win and reduce its point deficit to division leaders University of Ghana (UG).
UG has 26 points but isn’t playing in today’s round of games; Air Force ranks third in the standings with 20 points from winning eight of 12 games this season.
Moving up the standings however, depends on the result in the Panthers-DUNK Knights game. Should Panthers win, Air Force will miss out on the second spot.
The veteran side is expected to beat Knights who feature bright but very young players and rank bottom of the nine team standings with three wins in 12 games.
Seventh ranked Tudu Galaxy plays eighth placed Kaneshie Swanlakers in a battle to escape from the bottom three.
By Yaw Adjei-Mintah
@YawMintYM on Twitter