Hearts face Ashgold

Patrick Razak

Patrick Razak

Ashantigold’s renaissance will face a major obstacle tomorrow when they travel down south to face Accra Hearts of Oak in a top week 20 midweek clash at the Accra Sports Stadium.

The ‘Miners’ had a good start to the season but their fortunes plummeted with just about five games into the season and at a point in time occupied the bottom of the table.

But thanks to massive revival staged at the latter stages of the round, they found their rhythm and managed a number of wins and are currently above Accra Great Olympics in 14th position.

On Sunday, they thrashed Inter Allies at the Obuasi Len Clay Stadium in Obuasi and must replicate that performance against the title chasing Phobians who have vowed to pluck all points available, especially ones from their home games.

Hearts are favourites to win the game but it will test the character of the ‘Aboakese’ boys as to whether they can escape the relegation shackles around them.

Fans at the Cape Coast Stadium will also witness another exhilarating clash involving local side ‘Ebusua’ Dwarfs and Kumasi Asante Kotoko.

Kotoko went down heavily at the same venue the last time they visited and would tread with caution this time when they face a determined Dwarfs side that have indicated a strong resolve to repeat that feat.

Olympics’ troubles regarding their survival will be far from over as they face a tough test in Aduana as they clash at Dormaa.

The ‘Wonder’ Club lost the first round clash in Accra and does not look like recording any positive result against Aduana if their recent performances are anything to go by.

Aduana look strong at home and can upset any visiting team including Oly who are destined for a third defeat on a row unless they can turn on something special to reflect their wondrous status.

Liberty Professionals find themselves in an advantageous position to up their standing on the log as they welcome the relegation bound side, Bolga All Stars.

Coming from the back of an encouraging win over Olympics on Sunday, Liberty are poised to record their second win on a row to secure their berth for the season.

At Sogakope, WAFA will vent their spleen on Elmina Sharks after drawing with Bolga Stars on Sunday, the same path Sharks will attempt to walk on.

Medeama will be at their Tarkwa base to play Berekum Chelsea with Wa All Stars engaging Tema Youth at the Malik Jabir Park in Wa.

 

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