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Mid-week premiership preview

13 years ago

Defending league champions, Kumasi Asante Kotoko would look to put behind them a string of defeats when they take on resurging Power FC on match-day-20 as the premiership bounces back in mid-week.

Power FC have recorded four wins during the second round of the league thus improving their position on the league charts.

The wins have lifted them a step up from the bottom place they were clinging onto in the first round of the league.

However, the game would be a tale of contrasting fortunes with Kotoko planning to end their recent poor run that has seen them slip to the fourth position while Power FC attempt to continue with their impressive form at the Robert Mensah stadium in Cape Coast.

Great Olympics will be away to Heart of Lions at the Kpando park. The Wonder Boys with new coach Adjah Tetteh, would be seeking to stop the Lions from roaring who have been chalking some great results.

Gamba All Blacks playing would take on Sekondi Hasaacas at the Swedru Sports Stadium.

Berekum Arsenal return home to the Golden City park to play Feyenoord Academy.

At the Carl Reindorff park, Liberty Professionals welcome Bofoakwa Tano while Tema Youth play away to King Faisal at the Coronation park in Sunyani.

League leaders, Hearts of Oak will play bottom placed, Real Tamale United at the Tema park.

The game between Real Sportive AshantiGold that was expected to have been played on Wednesday at the Tema Park has been rescheduled because the Miners would be returning from Malabo on the day of the match.

AshantiGold, one of Ghana’s two representatives for the African Champions League on Sunday won 1-0 in the first leg of the CAF Champions League over Renacimiento Club of Equatorial Guinea.