Weekend's premiership preview

13 years ago

Seven exciting games will be played across the country on Sunday as the Premiership enters match-day-4 with the final game on the fixture pile coming off on Monday.

The unbeaten run of Chelsea in the league faces another test when the premiership debutants make the journey to Wa for a meeting with All Stars.

Chelsea lie top of the standings and are two clear points ahead of their opponents for Sunday, the Blues, who are second but share the same points and goal difference with the third placed side, Asante Kotoko.

Despite having beaten two big sides – Liberty and Hearts – so far, Chelsea would be in for a match against All Stars who will be playing at their favourite home grounds, the Wa Park.

Both sides will not be lacking in commitment to pick the three points but a draw would look a good result for the premiership debutants.

Champions, Asante Kotoko who are placed third will be at home to Liberty Professionals at the Baba Yara Stadium in Kumasi.

Liberty, who have been bad starters to the season after losing two consecutive games picked a win in their third game and would be hoping to carry on with the same form on their travel to Kumasi.

But the Porcupine Warriors would be looking to continue with their impressive form and avoid defeat at home which would leave them off the pace at the top.

Tema Youth welcome Hasaacas to the Tema Park hoping to maintain their good start to the season.

Hasaacas, second to bottom on the table have managed just a point from a possible nine would be attempting to pick all three points against Isaac Opeele Boateng’s side.

King Faisal chasing their first win will travel to Kpando where they face a Heart of Lions, a side difficult to beat at home.

Two consecutive losses has seen AshantiGold drop on the table from first to 10th after a rather wonderful start to the season. But the Miners will have to try and pick up the pieces when they play Eleven Wise at the Sekondi Stadium.

The Golden City Park will host the game between home side, Berekum Arsenal and Gamba All Blacks.

The Black Magicians face a tough task of trying to break the home invincibility of the Gunners who are still enjoying their three-year unbeaten run at home.

Sporting Mirren are turning into the premiership’s whipping boys having failed to pick a point so far. The premiership debutants travel to Tamale to take on Real Tamale United.

After tasting their first defeat of the campaign last week and surrendering top spot, Hearts of Oak will return to Ohene Djan Stadium to face Kessben FC in a Monday late kick off fixture.