Unbeaten Bechem United will have to be wary about complacency when they play Hearts of Oak in their first game of 2021.
The Hunters will be hoping to put together a solid performance that will make sure they are still top of the league at the end of match week 7.
Accra Hearts of Oak have not had much of an impressive season so far as they won have just two games out of six. Head Coach Kosta Papic, who took the reins from Edward Nii Odoom at the latter part of last year agrees and he will hold on to the thought of making crucial changes that will serve his side well.
Dreams are touted as favourites to win against King Faisal but the two teams do not have much of a difference this season. They have both recorded a win out of six games, statistics they will like to shy away from. However, Dreams sit in the fifteenth position on the league log and the Insha Allah boys find themselves in the relegation zone.
WAFA will stay at Sogakope and play struggling Medeama who have seven points out of a possible eighteen.
Karela who were handed their first defeat of the season by Bechem United will hang on to their star man, Diwiase Taylor. He is the topscorer with four goals and adding more to his tally might just do the trick for his team as they play Elmina Sharks.
AshGold were not spared by the Hunters either. They fell to them last Sunday and will hope to bounce back against Berekum Chelsea.
Liberty and Legon Cities will come at each other with full force since both have found themselves wanting this season. The Royals especially are in crises as they have not recorded a win so far.
Accra Great Olympics have been on the lips of many as they have proved to be a formidable team in this outfit. Delivering loses to Kotoko and WAFA has been a major highlight. There will be the guests of Aduana Stars who sit in the twelfth position.
Things are not looking so good for Inter Allies . They recorded their only win this season as far back as match week three against Hearts. They go again. This time versus a strong Eleven Wonders team.
Asante Kotoko will do all that they can and hope to leave Cape Coast unscathed. They come back from a defeat in the CAF Champions League game against Al Hilal and they are expected to come guns blazing when they face Ebusua Dwarfs in the last fixture of Match week seven.
By Sakyibea Ofori|3news.com|Ghana