The Ghana premier League title race has been great going close to the end of the season, most of the teams want to remain in the league so they are winning almost every single game left in the Ghana premier League.
Here are the results standings after match day 29 of action;
Kumasi Asante kotoko continue to be at the first position with 56 points with a game in hand.
The next team on the second spot is Bechem United with 47 points with 29 matches played.
The third team is now Accra hearts of Oak with 46 points after match day 29.
On the fourth spot we have Medeama sporting club also with 46 points but due to goal difference with Accra hearts of Oak they are on the fourth spot.
The teams battling the relegation zone we have we have Techiman Eleven wonders on the 16th spot with 32 points.
WAFA is also on the 17th spot with 27 points after 29 games of action.
Elmina Sharks on the 18th spot with 22 points.
So these are the standings after match day 29 of action.
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