The Liberia Football Association 2018 Champions, BYC Wednesday failed yet again to win a match since the dismissal of Coach Robert Larty last month.
The former First Division Champions who have Samuel Sumo as Caretaker Manager Wednesday struggled to collect a point against Monrovia Club Breweries at the Blue field.
BYC could only manage a 1-1 draw, their fourth draw in a row since the sacking of Coach Robert Larty.
Wednesday’s result means BYC missed out finishing in the second spot after Oilers won the title at the weekend.
BYC currently lies in third place, 8 points behind LISCR FC in second and 15 points behind Champions, LPRC Oilers.
The Go-Blue Boys could even end the season outside the top three for the first time in years as Watanga FC sits one point beneath them in fourth place.
BYC last game of the season is away at bitter rival LISCR FC, while Watanga FC will be at home to champions LPRC Oilers.
A Win for Watanga against the champions and a lost for BYC, will see the Andy Quamie side moved to the third position on the table.
Oilers continue their unbeaten run Wednesday with their first victory at the North Star Stadium, where the Oil Boys defeated host Nimba United 1-0 with Terry Sackor scoring the lone goal from the spot.
In another midweek National Football League results, already relegated FC Fassell forced NPA Anchors to a 1-1 draw at the Nancy B. Doe Stadium in Kakata.
Jubliee FC fell 1-0 to Watanga FC who were hit with the death news of their former striker Timmie Clarke just before they headed for the Nancy B. Doe Stadium in Kakata.
The Liberia Football Association First Division Championship race will be concluded next Wednesday with the last round of matches.