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Wa All Stars vs Accra Hearts of Oak: The battle for top spot in match of the week Featured

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The midweek fixtures for match day twenty-five (25) in the Ghana Premier League starts at the farthest region in Ghana, Wa, between league leaders, Wa All Stars and Glorious Accra Hearts of Oak at the Wa Park.

This game will undoubtedly be the match all have been waiting for to determine who means much and likely to win this year's Ghana Premier League.

 

Wa All Stars have shown time without number that they mean business to win this years league when no one gave them a dog chance of challenging for the trophy before the league started.

 

Wa All Stars are in the form of their life and in a historical moment in the record books of the club having reach this far with a good chance of winning the league for the first time in the club's history.

 

Wa All Stars are yet to concede a second goal in Wa as WAFA's only goal scored against them in match week twelve (12) has been the only goal they have conceded at their background and have not lost any any game at the Wa Park.

 

Coach Kwame Enos Adepa's Wa All Stars have a better head-to-head statistics than Sergio Traguil's Hearts of Oak with seventeen (17) matches played between them with All Stars having nine (9) wins and Hearts of Oak having only five (5) wins and the rest ending in a drawn games.

 

Wa All Stars will be looking forward to cementing their position atop the table by beating Accra Hearts of Oak having achieved an enviable record at home this season.

 

However, Hearts of Oak have been winless in their last four (4) games in the league and are searching for the first against Wa All Stars at an unfamiliar territory where they were lashed by 3-0 some few seasons ago.

 

The "Rainbow" boys have been in quandary of late finding it difficult to get the wins coming at this crucial state of the season but it will be a different mentality heading toward the far stretch of the country end in match day twenty-five (25).

 

A win for any of the clubs will be a standing point for any of them to get closer to the league title.

 

Of course there will be much entertainment and all what football needs to strive on for survival in this encounter in Wa.

MATCH OFFICIALS

Center referee: Sylvester Adzoku

Assistant line one: Ben Vormawor

Assistant line two: B.A. Crenstil

Fourth official: Alex Nsiah

Match commissioner: A.S. Seidu

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