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Accra Lions bank on home form against Aduana Stars on Monday

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Accra Lions vs Aduana Stars: 15:00GMT, Accra

Accra Lions will be eager to maintain their current impressive home form when they entertain the two-time champions Aduana Stars at the Accra Sports Stadium on Monday.

Lions will leapfrog Nations FC on second position if they manage to bag maximum points against the Fire Club.

The visitors have lost their last two away matches- losing at Bibiani GoldStars FC and Real Tamale United.

Accra Lions have accumulated 43 points from 28 matches and sit 3rd on the table, having won 3, drawn 1 and lost 1 in their last 5 encounters.

They have recorded 27 points at home, scored 20 and conceded 13 goals. They are among the top ten best home performers in this campaign.

The Accra based have won their last 5 home matches and have kept clean sheets in all.

Aduana Stars have won just twice and recorded 11 defeats in their 13 away matches this season. They’ve scored 10 and conceded 20 with 6 accumulated points.

The Fire Club have secured 42 points from 28 matches and lie 5th on the table with one point behind Accra Lions. They’ve won 2 and recorded 3 defeats in their last 5 games. They are ranked as the 3rd club with the least number of points accumulated away from home.

Accra Lions have played Aduana Stars twice at home in the league since returning into the top-flight in the 2021/22 season with Accra Lions unbeaten in both encounters.

In the 2021/22 season, Accra Lions drew goalless against Aduana Stars before winning 3-0 in the 2022/23 season.

Accra Lions can count on Mohammed Yahaya, Dominic Amponsah, Blessing Dankwah, Ali Mohammed, Daniel Awuni, Musa Hamzata, Ibrahim Issah, Shawkan Mohammed, David Oduro, Sadat Seidu, Fredrick Asante and Bernard Kesse for the game on Monday.

Aduana Stars can also rely on key players like Bright Adjei, Emmanuel Gyamfi, Sam Adams, Alex Boakye, Yussif Chibsah Alhassan, Richard Mahama, Kelvin Obeng, Frank Owusu, Iddrisu Shaibu, Kyeremeh Silas, Richard Tetteh, Richard Afriyie, Douglas Owusu Ansah and Gabriel Akwasi Mensah.