This analysis looks at changes anticipated to occur on the Ghana Premier League table after this weekend’s games.
Fans of the local game look forward to another weekend full of cagey encounters in the Ghana Premier League. Teams have prepared fully to grab all points or in worst scenario settle for a draw.
The league table is bound to witness some massive changes both top and down. As the hustle to stay safe on the league ladder heats up, both home and away teams could snatch points at the back of a slight error.
Asante Kotoko currently lead the pack with 35 points. They host Medeama in Obuasi, a game that could end stalemate. With Medeama garnering 33 points, they will look to avoid a trip to move upwards. Both teams could end up with a point in full time. Asante Kotoko will move to 36 points whiles Medeama settle on 34 points. A win does not appear likely for both teams.
Ebusua Dwarfs come up with Accra Great Olympics at home. Great Olympics are enjoying one of their best moments in the local league after playing for 34 points in second position. As Dwarfs hope to avoid relegation, they will pounce on Olympics with any chance to win the match. With 24 points, Dwarfs may add three points to make it 27 points whiles Great Olympics stay 34 points.
Accra Hearts of Oak play guest to Karela United in Anyinase. The Phobians intend to keep the chase for the league trophy, hence could beat their opponent. For victory, Accra Hearts of Oak will move top of the table with 36 points, same as arch rivals Kotoko. Karela United then remain 32 points this weekend.
At the bottom of the table, the game of the strugglers will take place at the Theater of Dreams. Inter Allies host King Faisal. Inter Allies could beat King Faisal to move level on points. From 16 to 19 points, Inter Allies may continue to languish at the last position. Both teams are being written off as a bunch of no-hopers.
With 21 points, Liberty Professionals are in better position to overrun Berekum Chelsea at home. Post victory, they will boat of 24 points which aids them in the quest to enjoy Premier League action next season.
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