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Friday, 23 April 2021 10:45

PREVIEW: Ebusua Dwarfs vs Great Olympics Featured

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The 'Abontoa Abontoa' outfit will welcome Great Olympics in a Saturday night football at the Cape Coast Stadium in match-week 21 of the 2020/21 Ghana Premier League.


Ebusua Dwarfs will be heading into this game with so much focus as they still seek for their first victory, losing two and a draw since the commencement of the second phase of the season.

Meanwhile, the 'Wonder Club' celebrated their 67th Anniversary last Thursday and will want to grind a win and nothing else in this game to serve as a perfect present for their supporters.
The Crabs gave away an Enock Affram early lead to lose 2-1 to Berekum Chelsea last week in Dormaa, having conceded a late and heartbreaking goal which was scored by former GPL top scorer Kofi Owusu.
However, Great Olympics also failed to leapfrog Asante Kotoko to reclaim their top spot after playing out a stalemate last Friday in a clash that many felt it couldn't leave up to the task due to the hype that surrounded it.
On the league log, Ebusua Dwarfs sit 13th with 24 points, just few places from the relegation zone while Olympics maintain their second spot with 34 points on the table.
There hasn't been any major injury worries among the playing body of the host having most of their key men poised and available for this cagey clash.
Meanwhile, as to whether their coach, Ernest Thompson Quartey is fit to lead the team is another matter to look out for after been physically assaulted by some section of the 'Bibires fans in Dormaa last week.
On the opposition end, the 67th Anniversary  celebrations continues for the two time champions who walloped lower division side TLAP FC by 4-0 in a friendly, Maxwell Abbey getting a hatrick in that one coupled with a goal from Samuel Okine.
Stalwart centre-back Jamalu Deen Haruna after been sideline for injury since the start of the second is still working on his rehabilitation but was present at the team's training last Thursday hoping to return into action as quick as possible.
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