There will be two mouthwatering derbies to look out for this weekend as the betPawa Premier League resumes with the Matchday Four fixtures this weekend.
Asante Kotoko will take on King Faisal Babes at the Baba Yara Stadium on Monday, October 31 in what should be a tough duel for both sides.
This Sunday at the Aliu Mahama Sports Stadium in Tamale, Real Tamale United (RTU), will face Tamale City FC in a first ever top-flight game between the two sides.
Legon Cities FC will be home to Berekum Chelsea at the El-Wak Military Sports Stadium in Accra in what should be an interesting duel.
Accra Great Olympics will trek to the Akoon Park in Tarkwa to face the might of FC Samartex 1996 and their former coach Annor Walker on Monday.
At the same venue on Sunday, Aduana FC will play as guests to Medeama SC in what should be another closely fought affair.
Bechem United will host Kotoku Royals at the Nana Fosu Gyeabour Park, Bechem where they will look to make good use of the home conditions against the newly promoted side.
Nsoatreman FC will welcome Karela United to the Nana Kromansah Park, Nsoatre on Sunday where they will need their home fans to cheer them on to victory.
Dreams FC will host Accra Lions at the Theater of Dreams, Dawu also on Sunday afternoon on Matchday Four action in the ongoing competition which resumes a the court action taken by AshantiGold SC against the Ghana Football Association was struck out today.
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