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Accra Hearts Of Oak Face A Difficult Moment In Dawu Tomorrow

Dreams FC will take on Accra Hearts of Oak at the Theater of Dreams tomorrow. The two teams will go all out for glory, making the contest a must win for the better side. 


After earning a win over Inter Allies, Accra Hearts of Oak came from behind to grab a point in Anyinase. The match against Karela United presented numerous goal scoring chances to Accra Hearts of Oak but the attackers failed to profit from them. In another away game, coach Samuel Boadu will be parading his best men, snatch all points and keep their title ambitions alive. Patrick Razak, Salifu Ibrahim are expected to charge of the wings, initiate attack with their superlative speed, swing in balls for a striker to utilize it. With this plan, whoever is deployed as the arrow head should give a better account of himself. Meanwhile, central and defensive midfielders are to track opponent’s movements  , foil attacks for the benefit of the team. 


Whiles playing at their favorite venue, Dreams FC will come with full force to forestall any surprise package. Coach Viric will demand his players dictate the tempo of the game, avoid spaces and be clinical upfront. Black Satellites star performer Percious Boah is tipped to fill the vacuum created by the departure of goal monger Joseph Esso. His exploits for Ghana, is anticipated to be replicated tomorrow. As the intention will be to win, Dreams FC will fancy opening up the game, spread it across flanks and take on full backs. 


Dreams FC and Accra Hearts of Oak are separated by 3 points, as they have managed for 31 and 34 points respectively. A win for Dreams puts them level on points with their opponent. Interestingly, Accra Hearts of Oak will try to exert their superiority on the still believe lads. 

The side that dominates the midfield and remain productive in attack is assured of victory tomorrow. 

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