Accra Hearts of Oak can win they league if they are able to win these three games.
Accra Hearts of Oak are now league leaders for the first time in about five years after their victory over Eleven Wonders on the match day 26.
They are tied on 46 points with rivals Kumase Asante Kotoko but edges their foes on goal difference. Hearts of Oak faces Berekum Chelsea at the Accra sports stadium as Kumase Asante Kotoko will have a mission impossible job at Dormaa Ahenkuro against Aduana Stars.
Hearts is likely to beat Chelsea at home whereas Kotoko is likely to lose. Should this happen, Hearts will extend the lead to three points.
They will then play Medeama, Accra Great Olympics and Kotoko at home which gives them a massive advantage. Should they avoid defeat to any of these title contenders, Hearts of Oak could be crowned winners of the league for the first time in a decade.
The fan base has also launched operation win all upcoming games and it will be interesting to see whether that could actually happen.
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