Kumasi Asante Kotoko returns home on Wednesdays at the Baba Yara Sports Stadium after picking a point in Techiman in match week sixteen (16) to take on league leaders Wa All Stars in what is tagged as match of the week. A good venue for both clubs to continue to give out exhilarating football to their fans.
The Accra Sports Stadium will be the venue where Liberty Professionals will be play as homesters to glorious Accra Hearts of Oak who will be invited as guest under the new tutelage of Portuguese coach Sergio Daniel Muril Traguil.
Week seventeen (17) of the Ghana Premier League kick off at the Berekum Golden City Park to a tumultuous and rapturous encounter staged between two struggling sides in the league from a point of view of their clouts and performance.
The farthest capital to the northern part of Ghana, WA, will witness what promises to be match of the week in the 16th round of league matches in the Ghana Premier League after recess from the first round break.
Controversy entangled entangled this game after the first round encounter at the Baba Yara Sports Stadium which ended 4-2 in favour of Kotoko when voice tape went viral on an alleged match fixing between both sides few hours before kick off of the game. There hasn't been any proof to that sort of which both clubs refuted that claims.
New Edubiase will be returning back to their favourite home grounds in Bekwai at the Gyamfi Park where they were denied access to league game prior to the start of football season in the country because the pitch fell below the CAF licencing standard. The Bekwai Gyamfi Park has been refurbished to meet the requirements of CAF and FIFA to be able to accept football games.
Road leads to the Accra Sports Stadium on Sunday where Accra Hearts of Oak will host Dreams FC from Dawu in the Eastern region in the first opener of the phobians second round of reversed matches in the Ghana Premier League where they will be playing their first game with their teeming fans behind them in the stands after they were banned by the Disciplinary Committee of the Ghana Football Association during the latter end of the first round.
Nothing can be enough motivation for New Edubiase United than beating a rejuvenated Asante Kotoko side at the Babayara stadium with a blistering form. They defied bookmakers predictions to harass Asante Kotoko last weekend in Kumasi with a 1-0 victory.
Medeama SC will need a win against the Ghana Premier League leaders ahead of next week’s CAF Confederation Cup playoff clash against Mamelodi Sundowns. The Mauve and Yellows have been far from impressive in the