Accra Hearts of Oak are the current league leaders in the Ghana Premier League. The phobians beat Legon Cities by 2-1 to retain their spot. The phobians are unbeaten in their last ten matches in all competitions and have been tipped by football fans as the favourites to win the league.
They take on Kumasi Asante Kotoko who are recognised as their arch-rivals in the league as their next fixture. Both clubs have the same points on the league log. They have all amassed 56 points in 30 games. And both clubs have the chance to win the league this season.
The first encounter ended goalless between these clubs. Both clubs have had incredible performance in all competitions this season. Players like Ibrahim Salifu, Emmanuel Nettey, Benjamin Afutu and Daniel Afriyie Barnieh together with the other teammates for the rainbow boys have been instrumental and pivotal for the Hearts of oak this season.
Also, Emmanuel Gyamfi, Fabio Gama, Ismail Ganiyu and Mudasiru Salifu together with the other players have also played key role for the porcupine royals this season.
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