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Accra Hearts of Oak vs Techiman City: Two worried sides on a trek for victory again Featured

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After been thrashed disgracefully by the academy boys exactly a week today at the Red Bulls Arena at the Sogakope AstroTurf pitch against WAFA in their last league match, Accra Hearts of Oak sits comfortably at home to welcome Techiman City at the Accra Sports Stadium for their match week twenty-four (24) of the ongoing Ghana Premier League.

After an impeccable and a stupendous performance in the league away from home, Accra Hearts of Oak were stopped by WAFA as the only unbeaten side on the road by annihilating Hearts by 3-0.

The "Rainbow boys" will gather every momentum to spearhead another run of form to see them annex the league trophy in the rest of their matches as they invite a very poor Techiman City side with a bad record away from home.

The "never say die" club has shown a lot of ineptitude when playing at home, giving away a number of games to visiting clubs which could have been dealt will by the club.

By losing the top spot to Wa All Stars last week, the "phobians" will be set again for a move after visiting the drawing board which their head coach, Sergio Traguil, admitted will be done before their game again Techiman City by "correcting those silly mistakes" they committed against WAFA.

With the availability of Inusah Musah, Samuel Ayew Yeboah and Cosmos Dauda who are likely to be back to the starting eleven of the side, the team will be in fine form to "win against Techiman City".

However, Techiman City have been falling down the league log in the second round of the league after they flattered to deceive in the first round with some good display in the league.

They have been next to zilch in their performance to teams inviting them for a battle as they are yet to pick a single point on the road in their last six away games and do not have the zeal to countenance Hearts' poor home performance.

It is important for Techiman City to give out everything in Accra to help save their season as they fight to avoid relegation.

It will be an open play between both sides at the Accra Sports Stadium in match week twenty-four (24) as the head-to-head favours non of the clubs which stands as zero win for any of the clubs and only a drawn game.

MATCH OFFICIALS

Center referee: Samuel Suka

Assistant line one: Michael Agbenuza

Assistant line two: Shine Ayitey

Fourth official: Patrick Kyeremanteng

Match Official: Osei Tutu Agyeman

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