The line-up of teams for the next season’s Glo Premier League would be complete on Saturday when the final day of the promotion league comes to end.
Ahead of the final day games, it’s looking like a return to the elite league for some while a debutant has emerged.
Aduana Stars have technically sealed promotion from Zone I even before the final matches.
They are top of their standings by six points, three ahead of second-placed Guan United with the head-to-head rule going in their favour.
The Baba Yara Stadium would host the game between Aduana and Bechem FC while Guan United battle Universal Stars at the Wesley College Park in the last day games in Zone I.
Former elite campaigners, Ebusua Dwarfs stand a chance of qualifying from Zone II but their hopes hinge not on themselves but Gold Stars.
Dwarfs play Tarkwa United at the Ohene Djan Stadium and need to win but they would wish Gold Stars beat table toppers, New Edubiase at the Tema Park. A draw for New Edubiase books them a debut place in next season’s premiership.
Zone III has three teams still in with a shout at qualifying.
Great Olympics, another side battling to return to the topflight competition need to beat Okwawu United who also stand chance of qualifying when they meet at the Robert Mensah Stadium.
With four points from two games, Olympics need all three points to return to the premiership but Nkawkaw side on two points can also shape their promotion if they pick the maximum points on the day.
Real Sportive are another side with a chance of qualifying from Zone III. Sportive, who have two points need to beat Mighty Jets and hope Olympics fail to win.