However, they will be going into this midweek contest aiming at nothing but a victory.
Ibrahim Wilson, who was playing the top-flight league for the first time admitted that his side will be hoping to triumph against the Tis Tas Boys.
The league-leading scorer said: “We started well by securing an important win against Anti-Drugs and, I’m optimistic we can do the same against Mighty Blackpool at our home turf”.
On the same day, FC Kallon will hope to secure consecutive wins as they play host to Anti-Drugs at the Siaka Stevens Stadium in Freetown.
Abu Komeh scored the only goal away in Bo last weekend and, a win for Kallon will keep the pressure on league leaders East End Lions.
Ports Authority last Friday edged their East End rivals Freetown City FC 1-0 at the Siaka Stevens stadium thanks to Donald Wellington’s hard-fought header in the 31st minute.
The Waterfront Boys will play host to Bo Rangers who lost to FC Kallon in their opening home fixture.
Midweek Fixtures Wednesday 6th 2019
Central Parade Vs Mighty Blackpool 16:00 hrs – Parade Ground
Port Authority Vs Bo Rangers 16:00 hrs – Approved School complex
Kallon FC Vs Anti-Drugs 18:00 hrs Siaka Steven Stadium.