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Wa All Stars vs Bechem United: An advantage for All Stars to regain the top spot Featured

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WA All Stars will invite Bechem United from the Brong Ahafo Region for their match week twenty-three (23) in the ongoing Ghana Premier League at the Wa Park.


Wa All Stars have had a memorable season so far after twenty-two (22) league games lying second on the league table with only a point separating them from leaders, Accra Hearts of Oak.


Coach Enos Adepa's side have taken almost everyone aback with their performance so far in the league which was never predicted before the start of the season and are poised to go extra miles of doing the unthinkable by annexing the league trophy which the club have set as their target.


Their unparallel performance at home has been the strength carrying them this far in the league conceding only one against WAFA on match week twelve (12) at home making the ground a fortress for visiting teams.


Wa All Stars will be looking forward to piling incessant pressure on Hearts of Oak at the summit of the league table so as to ensure that there exist life in the league till it gets to the wire by adding Bechem United to the victims that fell at the Wa Park.


Unfortunately, Wa All Stars lack behind based on head-to-head meetings between them and Bechem United which records two (2) wins, four (4) loses and a drawn games in their last seven (7) league meetings.


To avoid another defeat from Bechem United, Wa All Stars will count on their home support and exceptional performance thus far in the league, to ensure not only to close the head-to-head gap between them and Bechem United, but also to regain the top spot on the league table which will rekindle the excitement and competitiveness of the league.


But in ensuring they get the victory at home, they will have to do without talented Kwame Yeboah and Paul De Vries Acquah through injuries.


Nonetheless, Bechem United have picked up their performance after the first round which they displayed a sluggish and somnolent approach to league games.


Their emphatic victory against Techiman City on match day twenty-two (22) by two goals to nil before sailing a final berth in the MTN FA CUP semi finals against Wa Rockets last weekend will be a trending grounds for them to get a good result far away Wa.


Bechem United are yet to win a game away from home in this season's league which is not a supportive grounds to conclude on the likelihood of them picking even a point in Wa.


Center referee: Prince Amoah

Assistant line one: Kenedy Bentil

Assistant line two: Abu William

Fourth official: Awal Mohammed

Match commissioner: Andrew Derry

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