The Premiership continues on Wednesday after a busy weekend of footballing action in the Glo Premier League.
All sixteen clubs would be involved in the match-day-17 fixtures.
Hearts of Oak would begin life without coach Paa Kwesi Fabin when they travel to the Golden City Park to meet Berekum Arsenals.
The Phobians, two points above the relegation zone parted ways with their coach following Sunday's home defeat to Real Tamale United and would be hoping to halt their dip in form.
But a clash against the Gunners is not what the Phobians would have wished for in such situations as their opponents look more superior judging by their form in the league.
Following their impressive win at Wa, Asante Kotoko return to the Baba Yara Stadium to play Ebusua Dwarfs.
Kotoko appear to have rediscovered good form but their consistency would be put to test when Dwarfs take to the field.
Leaders Chelsea would be the guest of Liberty Professionals at the Carl Reindorf Park while Mighty Jets take on bottom side B.A. Stars in a clash involving two relegation candidates.
The frustrations of Heart of Lions has taken a downward turn as the Kpando side have gradually slipped on the standings. They are placed 12th on the 16-club table and would play to claim all three points when champions Aduana Stars visit them at home.
All Stars would have another opportunity at home to get things right after losing to Kotoko over the weekend. The Blues play Kessben FC and failure to win would see them slip further down from the 9th position they currently occupy.
After their painful defeat to bottom side, B.A. Stars, AshantiGold return to the Len Clay to renew their rivalry with second-placed, New Edubiase. The Miners lost the reverse game 1-0.
There is renewed optimism for the fans of Real Tamale United. After their important win over Hearts of Oak, RTU would welcome King Faisal to the Tamale Sports Stadium as they seek to move out of the relegation zone.