Bechem United picked their first away point of the season against Great Olympics in Accra last Sunday.
The Hunters were at one of their bests when they held the “Dade Boys” to a goalless at the Accra Sports Stadium in week six. With a poor away record, the goalless draw was feather in Bechem United’s tea cup moving into the week seven fixture. They will make a journey to the Dun’s Park in Bibiani against new boys, Gold Stars and head coach of Bechem United, Kasim Mingle is already eying all three or one point.
“Everybody is strong in his home, Bibiani Gold Stars is not a small club. “Playing in Bibiani; but we are going there to play and we will see what will happen. “But we are not going there to lose, we are going for either the three points or one, we will take it like that.” Kasim Mingle told the press.
The Hunters have collected nine home points with one away, equaling 10 points in six matches. They have suffered two away defeats to Asante Kotoko at the Baba Yara Stadium and Accra Lions at the Nation’s Wembley. The Kotoko defeat ended 2-0 with new boys, Accra Lions inflicting a 2-1 on them.
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