The 6th Matchday of the Ghana Premier League (GPL) started today. Three games were played today. Aduana Stars locked horns with West Africa Football Academy (WAFA). Accra Lions faced off Eleven Wonders whiles Elmina Sharks played against Karela United.
Aduana Stars grabbed the 3 maximum points in their game against WAFA. Aduana Stars put 3 goals past WAFA. Aduana Stars' victory today put them at the 2nd position on the league table; just 2 points behind league leaders Asante Kotoko. Asante Kotoko remain at the top of the league table with 13 points.
Check below for the results from today's games
Check below for the Ghana Premier League standings:
The GPL action continues tomorrow with several exciting fixtures. Check below for tomorrow fixtures:
What are your predictions for the respective games? Would King Faisal be able to hand Asante Kotoko their first defeat this season in the Kumasi Derby match tomorrow? Kindly leave all your comments below.
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