Another week and the craze for football continues in the EPL.
The clash of the Ayews in the English Premier League is becoming a regular fixture after both moved to England in 2015.
Both brothers scored in their first EPL clash back in October, 2015 when Andre scored a late winner for Swansea City in their 2-1 win against Aston Villa.
Ironically Jordan will be playing for Andre’s former team, Swansea, when they face each other this weekend at Wembley.
The Ayews are likely to start for their respective clubs after both brothers were dropped by Ghana Coach Kwesi Appiah from his 26-man squad for the must-win world cup qualifying game against Uganda.
West Ham have recorded 1 win from 6 games and are 3rd from bottom in the League.
Manager Slaven Bilic needs a good show against Swansea on Saturday to buy him time at the Hammers after all the money spent by the club owners to ship in expensive players.
Swansea’s struggles have not changed this season. The Swans are above West Ham in 15th position with just a point separating them after 1 win and 2 draws from six games this season.
No matter the outcome of the game, those watching from Ghana will have their eyes fully fixated on the Ayews and the kind of performance they put up on Saturday will rekindle the debate over Appiah’s decision to leave them out of his squad for the crucial 2018 world cup qualifier in Kampala.
By Nana Kojo Afreh|TV3|3news.com|Ghana