Saturday, 20 February 2021 11:11

PREVIEW: Inter Allies vrs WAFA

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Match-week 15 of the Ghana Premier League continue this afternoon at the capital, Ohene Gyan Stadium pitting relegation threatening side Inter Allies and WAFA.


The 'Tampico' boys have been struggling in the ongoing season having relied on a late equaliser from centre-back Hashmin Musah to grind a point in Dansoman last week and also ended their six game losing streak.

However, the Sogakape-based outfit will also look to returning to winning ways after being held to a scoreless drawn game by AshantiGold SC last Sunday dipping them out of the top six on the league.
Inter Allies have gone seven games without a win in the league; six consecutive defeats and a draw placing them at the buttom of the league table with just 8 points.
Meanwhile, the Academy boys have also stretched their winless run to three losing to both Dreams and Aduana Stars in the process, leaving them 8th on the log with 19 points. 
Heading into the game, Inter Allies head coach Danijel Mujkanovic still optimistic of returning on track;
"I am still confident and I know we find ourselves in a tough situation now. But is not too late, all we have to do is to continue working hard and hopefully we will turn things around."
On the other hand, Coach Prosper Nartey is still struggling since Daniel Lomotey left thought Maxwell Boakye is doing his best but playing Marvin Owusu as a deployed centre-forward is still yet to yield them the results they want.
Sabi Acquah Ferdinand returned last week and managed a clean sheet against the Miners and is likely Boliver Owusu will still remain at the bench today.
Referee: Andrews Awurisa
Assistant I: Patrick Papala
Assistant II: Prosper Avinou
Fourth Official: Bashiru Dauda
Match Commissioner: James Adjei
1500GMT/ 3:00pm
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