Dreams FC face off with Great Olympics Sunday – Preview

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Dreams FC have lost just once in nine games and sit in third place with 26 points from 16 matches.

The 1-0 loss to Berekum Chelsea on match day 15 is their only defeat since the turn of the year when Vladislav Viric took over as Head Coach.

The Serbian has transformed the side tremendously and look ahead to end the first round of the League on a high. Dreams FC will take on Great Olympics on match day 17 of the Ghana Premier League at the theatre of Dreams on Sunday.

They scored 4 times on match day 16 in a 4-1 win against Ashanti Gold SC, with summer signing Joseph Esso netting a hat-trick.

Esso who joined from Hearts of Oak has scored 10 goals in the season joining Diawusie Taylor at the top of the scorers’ chat. Agyenim Boateng (4), Issah Ibrahim (4), Fahadu Suleyman (3), Percious Boah (2) and Emmanuel Ocran (1) have shared 14 goals this season.

Great Olympics have been one of the best teams in the League but their record in away games have been unimpressive compared to their home form. Technically, Great Olympics have registered three away wins in the season but all have come at the Accra sports stadium.

The Dade Boys beat Asante Kotoko (1-0), Inter Allies (2-0) and Hearts of Oak (2-0). They drew 1-1 with Medeama SC, lost to Liberty Professionals in Dansoman, before falling to Eleven Wonders and Bechem United on the road.

Regardless of their struggles outside Accra, they have the needed potency to trouble Dreams FC on Sunday and the Still Believe lads should not be corky heading into this fixture.

The game is scheduled for the theatre of Dreams, Dawu at 3pm on Sunday.

Bechem United vs Ebusua Dwarfs

Bechem United will host Ebusua Dwarfs at the Fosu Gyeabuor park. Ebusua Dwarfs beat King Faisal 1-0 at home to take them to 10th place.

The crabs have done incredibly well on the road this season winning against Liberty Professionals, Inter Allies and drawing against Great Olympics and Aduana FC.

Bechem United have a very good record at home, something Ebusua Dwarfs must worry about.