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Ebusua Dwarfs vs Bechem United: Dwarfs to continue their fine form against Bechem. Featured

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We will be back at the Robert Mensah Sports Stadium to witness a pulsating encounter between Ebusua Dwarfs and Bechem United in their match day twenty-six (26) duel.

 

Mysterious Ebusua Dwarfs have been the best side in the league thus far after the first round of league games been able to catapult themselves away from the relegation zone which stared them in the first round.

 

Dwarfs now lies 7th on the league table prior to this game which has been a massive improvement to their performance in the second round as compared to that in the first round which they finished as the penultimate team on the league log.

 

The "abontuabontua" side have had a renewed strength and faith in finishing among the top four clubs in the league but can only be realized by keeping intact their good performance at the Robert Mensah Sports Stadium against Bechem United.

 

Christopher Bonney and Nicholas Gyan have reinvigorated this Dwarfs side in the second round and will likely make a feature in this game which could see them up to the fifth position should they win against Bechem United.

 

For records, it is at par between both sides in their five competitive games as both teams have two (2) wins against each other and a drawn game.

 

It has been next to a ridicule for Bechem United in their away games this season and playing against a rejuvenated Dwarfs side will be an herculean task for Manuel Zackariah's side.

 

Bechem United are struggling to survival the league this season because they are having a poor away record and with their prolific marksman, Abednego Tetteh not available for this match, it will be a compounded problem on how to stop their bad away record against Dwarfs.

 

However, Bechem United will have a nice chance to win this game if only they approach it with a strong mentality and psyche they had against a club like Kotoko.

 

Ebusua Mysterious Dwarfs will push them way up to the 5th position with a win and Bechem United too can reach up to the 7th position with a win so both teams will approach this game with the aim to win.

MATCH OFFICIALS

Center referee: Cecil Fleicher

Assistant line one: Ashitey Armah

Assistant line two: Nii Kotey Kotei

Fourth official: Samuel Sukah

Match commissioner: C.W Okai

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