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Saturday, 24 April 2021 10:49

PREVIEW: Liberty Professionals vs Berekum Chelsea

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The 'Scientific Soccer lads' will welcome Berekum Chelsea to their newly adopted home grounds in Sogakope on Saturday in an epic week 21 tie of the Ghana Premier League.


Liberty Professionals look to extend their unbeaten run to three having won their previous two games including a 4-0 humiliating victory over Elmina Sharks in the first game they honoured at the WAFA Arena.

The Dansoman-based side looks really rejuvenated since the start of the second phase having narrowly relied on Kweku Karikari's goal to stun Eleven Wonders last week away from home, a results that has created series of controversies in Techiman leading to the step aside of their former coach Ignatius Osei Fosu.
Meanwhile, the 'Bibires' also pulled a great comeback to humble Ebusua Dwarfs narrowly by 2-1 in Dormaa, after centre-back Stephen Anokye Badu and Kofi Owusu propelled them to that with a strong response in the second half.
Despite the consecutive victories, the Scientific Soccer lads still finds themselves in the relegation zone as they sit 16th with just 21 points after 20 matches.
However, Berekum Chelsea are also gradually climbing into the top six and probably the best four, as they are currently found 9th on the table with 27 points, having 6 points making the difference between both teams. 
Reports from Dansoman earlier this week suggested that, head coach David Ocloo has been relieved off his duties with ex- King Faisal gaffer Andy Sinasson set to takeover the Scientific Soccer outfit.
They have most of their key players available but the fitness of Brite Andoh still in doubt having also missed their game last week, in fact was excluded from the match-day squad.
On the opposition end, coach Seth Hofman who joined from Hearts of Oak, look really poised and set for this clash so as his charges as he has no any major injury concerns in his team.
He's had all his players fully fit to select from this afternoon.
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