Defending Ghana Premier League (GPL) champions, Accra Hearts of Oak will be eager to clinch a victory against Ashanti gold football club at the Accra Sports Stadium on match-day 21 tough fixture tomorrow.
Hearts were tamed at Obuasi in the first round of matches when Ashanti Gold beat them by a 2-0 victory where Yaw Annor and Abdul Kareem scored respectively.
The Phobias look ready to recover from the away lost they got at the Nana Agyemang Badu Park against Aduana Stars in the previous fixture.
Ashanti Gold having taste a sweet victory against King Faisal in the previous fixture at home will try to continue winning matches to recuperate from the poor away form they are experiencing this season.
With Kamaradin Mamudu set pieces and Opoku-Agyemang scoring form, Ashgold could cause damage against Hearts , but with experience wise, Hearts can be more dangerous if their attackers have their day tomorrow, with the hopes to keep title dreams alive as their gaffer, Samuel Boadu still insist.
King Faisal will welcome Berekum Chelsea to the Baba Yara Sports Stadium tomorrow to battle it out in another resilient fixture in week 21.
Eighth placed King Faisal will try escape a second defeat on a row after losing against Ashanti Gold in the previous fixture.
Seventh placed Berekum Chelsea won against Karela United in their previous fixture and will do everything in their means to continue winning to battle it out in the Top 4 after the 2021/22 league season.
Bibiani Goldstars will welcome Elmina sharks to the Duns Park tomorrow to battle it out.
Wanting to raise hope to escaping relegation, Elmina Sharks will love to see themselves take all the maximum three points in this away fixture but Goldstars would love this opportunity to apologize to their fans for the 5-0 lost against Asante Kotoko with a convinced win, which make this match a tough game.
Real Tamale United (RTU) will host second placed Aduana Stars in a difficult fixture tomorrow at the Alui Mahama Sports Stadium.
With Aduana’s Bright Adjei not being on the scoresheet against Hearts of Oak in their previous fixture, he will look for the opportunity to score to set the hot chase on Frank Etouga Mbella on who wins the golden boots after the league season.
At the Nana Gyeabour Park tomorrow, Bechem United will lock horns against newbies, Accra Lions on match day 21.
The Sogakope lads, West Africa Football Academy (WAFA) will make a journey to the El-Wak Sports Stadium tomorrow to face 13th placed Legon Cities.
WAFA scored RTU in their previous fixture to keep their escaping relegation zone agenda alive and would want to see same thing happening at away against Legon Cities.
At the Dawu Park tomorrow , Dreams fc will stay at home to welcome Great Olympics in their match day 21 fixture.
Third placed Olympics won the Accra Derby against Legon Cities and would love to win against Dreams to set eye on the title chase as their Dreams and hope are not dead yet.
On Monday, League leaders, Asante Kotoko will travel to the Ohene Ameyaw Park to face 17th placed Eleven Wonders.
With Frank Etouga Mbella and George Mfuege still in their scoring form, Kotoko stands as favourites for this fixture but looks difficult to break the Jinx in meeting Bono Ahafo teams at their home grounds.
As of press time yesterday, Karela United and Medeama were still battling it out in the Western region Derby at the CAM park.
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