Saturday, 13 August 2016 12:41

Ebusua Dwarfs vs Wa All Stars: How All Stars will contain in-form Dwarfs in Cape Coast Featured

Rate this item
(0 votes)

It is match day twenty-four (24) at the Robert Mensah Sports Stadium between in-form Mysterious Ebusua Dwarfs and league leaders, WA All Stars.

All is due for the league to witness yet another breathtaking display of football by these sides as they have been, thus far, the most entertaining side in the league after the first round of league games, albeit arguable.

 

Ebusua Dwarfs have been on the resurgence since the second round started after a shambolic performance in the first round which saw them fighting to survive relegation and are unbeaten in their last four games.

 

When nothing seemed to work for the "abontuabontua" side in the first round which led them to the sacking of their head coach, J. E. Sarpong, they have worked hard to reach this far as newly promoted sides in the league.

 

Their performance in the second round has catapulted them from the bottom of the league to the ninth (9th) position currently and are enjoying a good run towards the end of the season.

 

Their current position does not relieve them of safety in the league but an assurance to the fact that they are still not safe but continuous hard work as they have exhibited in the second will be the only way to play top-flight football next year.

 

It is now obvious that the Cape Coast side are only seeking for survival in the league and it will come into fruition when they beat Wa All Stars who are in the form of their life.

 

Now that Wa All Stars are leading the table by forty-one (41) points after match day twenty-three (23), they will be motivated enough to maintain the top spot by throwing out all arsenal against a tricky side, Dwarfs, today.

 

It is unfortunate that, Wa All Stars have not been coming in their away games especially in the second round losing all their games on the road.

 

With the mindset on the league title, it is important that, the record and attitude to this change so as to maintain and cement their position on the league table as only two points separate them and second place Hearts of Oak.

 

It will be an even game per records between both sides as each has three wins and three ending in a drawn game but one looks superior than the other going by the league table and performance in the current league.

 

MATCH OFFICIALS

Center referee: Dan Laryea

Assistant line one: David Laryea

Assistant line two: Paul Atimaka

Fourth official: A.D. Mohammed

Match commissioner: Harry Atutonuy

Read 2011 times