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Liberty Professionals vs Dreams FC: The soccer lads to test their strength against the dreamers Featured

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The Carl Reindorf Park will be on a rise on Sunday as Liberty Professionals sits comfortably at home to welcome Dreams FC from Dawu in one of the other games in match week nineteen (19).

Liberty Professionals returns home after three games when they last played Dwarfs in Dansoman in the final week of the first round which ended a one all draw game.

The scientific soccer lads kick starts a wonderful season with a tired limbs on their favourite grounds in the second round for the first time as they played home to Hearts of Oak at the Accra Sports Stadium in match week seventeen (17).

George Lamptey's boys seem to have left their foot off the pedal in the second round as they have only grabbed two (2) points out of a possible nine (9) approaching week nineteen (19) after a fine showing in the first round of league matches.

As the week draws closer in wrapping up this season's football league, the alacrity not to allow points go the other side becomes intensed which Liberty Professional will throw all arsenal on Sunday to make sure they keep all the points in their locker.

The Dansoman based club will drop downwards on the league table should they succumb to their opponents in match week nineteen (19). There hasn't been more than two competitive matches between both sides as their first ever game ended in a two-two draw game in match week twelve (12) in Dawu.

Having had a somnolent and sordid return to football activities in the second round, Dreams FC will be on the left side of the books entering into this game losing all their away games in the second round and Dansoman is a likely unassailable venue for them.

The toil and dusk of the ever demanding Ghanaian league is gathering momentum on the greenhorns, as they find it difficult to pick points away from home.

Getting a points against a hungry and an angry Liberty side who are yet to win a game in the second round will be a daunting task but achievable for the "dreamer".

The game on Sunday will be a delightful one to watch and will likely exude everything football has got.

MATCH OFFICIALS

Center referee: Ali Alhassan

Assistant line one: Samuel Asiedu

Assistant line two: Emurana Salifu

Fourth Official: Otis Oppong

Match Commissioner: A. A. Lawal

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