Accra Hearts of Oak lead the Ghana Premier League race with 3 points ahead of the second-placed team and has also a better head to head than the team behind them.
The win against Kumasi Asante Kotoko has made lovers of the game think that the Rainbow giants have won the league.
But upon a good analysis, the league is not yet decided. The fact that Hearts of Oak are leading with 3 points does not mean they are winning the league.
There are matches to played by both teams and these matches have their connotations of which these teams must have a critical look at.
Among the matches that will decide the league winning team is WAFA who will play Accra Hearts of Oak at Sogakope in the last round of the league.
This match looks dicey as WAFA has proved to be stubborn whenever they play against the Oak Tree. But the Ashanti Region Communication member seems to be at peace when they play WAFA in their last game.
Speaking on Wontumi FM and TV, he told King Eben that Togbe is the Landlord of the land and WAFA must be careful.
They should know that we are not playing a fixed match but they are living on the land of Togbe Afede. The 3 points are ours to grab and we will show no mercy. - Hashmi
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