League leaders Accra Hearts of Oak take on Ebusua Dwarfs as their next fixture in the Ghana Premier League. The phobians have been on an incredible form this season, because of their consistency and their ability to win numerous games.
The rainbow boys are unbeaten in their last 11 matches going into this game and they believe they can extend their unbeaten run with a win against Dwarfs. The first encounter between these clubs ended 3-2 in favour of Hearts and the team is confident of securing another win to complete the double against them.
Hearts of Oak have amassed 56 points in 31 matches. They are also eyeing the FA Cup as well to complete the double. Fans of the side believe the performance of the club is unbelievable and they have supported the team immensely.
Ebusua Dwarfs on the other hand, have also won thrice and lost twice in their last five matches. They sit 10th on the league log. A win for them will take them to the 8th position on the league table. They have amassed 40 points in 30 matches. Hearts of Oak are without their aggressive midfielder Emmanuel Nettey, who recorded an injury in their massive win against Kotoko.
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