ACCRA Hearts of Oak’s MTN FA Cup Round of 32 match against Bolga Man City has been shifted to the El Wak Sports Stadium on Wednesday 8th April, 2015.
This was confirmed by the FA Cup Committee after it was informed by Stadium authorities that the Accra and Kumasi Stadiums will not be available for use tomorrow.
In effect, Kotoko will now host Birim DC in their Round of 32 match on tomorrow at the Baba Yara Stadium.
Winners of the two matches will advance to the Round of 16 stage.
Thirteen Clubs have so far qualified into the Round of 16 after eliminating their opponents over the weekend.
The Match between Great Astronomers and New Edubiase is still on hold pending the Appeal’s Coommittees decision on Berekum Chelsea’s appeal.
Hearts of Oak and Asante Kotoko’s matches were rescheduled to mid-week due to their CAF Club matches on Saturday and Sunday respectively.
Meanwhile, Hearts of Oak coach Herbert Addo is confident striker Gilbert Fiamenyo will make a quick recovery from injury to play in Sunday’s league clash against Wa All Stars.
The 22-year-old picked up an unspecified injury during Hearts’ 3-2 win away to Olympique de Ngor in the CAF Confederation Cup on Saturday.
The injury threatened to disrupt the fine form of the former Heart of Lions striker who currently leads the goalscoring charts in the Ghanaian top flight with eight goals.
Coach Herbert Addo has however allayed Fiamenyo’s injury fears but reveals he will be rested for the midweek FA Cup game against Bolga Man City.
“The injury is not too bad but he will be assessed in the hospital,” Coach Addo revealed.
“He will be rested for the midweek FA Cup match and I think he will be ready by Sunday for the league game.”