Accra Hearts of Oak won the league title last weekend but were officially crowned champions yesterday despite 1-0 defeat to WAFA at Sogakope.
Five strong teams need to fight for survival in order to avoid playing in the Division One league next season.
Ebusua Dwarfs, Elmina Sharks, Liberty Professionals, Legon Cities and King Faisal could join Inter Allies in the Division One next season. Two out of these team will be playing in the division one league next season.
Elmina Sharks, in order for them to continue their campaign in the premier league next season, they must win against second placed Asante Kotoko in Obuasi.
Ebusua Dwarfs will need to win against Bechem United to survive. Their survival will also depend on other results.
Liberty Professionals will have win conveniently against fellow relegation threatening side King Faisal. A loser in this match is likely to join the drop zone.
King Faisal, a win will be enough for Alhaji Karim Gurusa boys to stay in the Premier League. A draw could also help save them but would have to rely on other results.
Legon Cities, the most branded team in Ghana faces relegation battle despite having Asamoah Gyan in the set up. They will have to win their game against Eleven Wonders in Accra to secure ticket for next season Premier campaign.
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