Fans will be admitted to the various league centers following Government’s decision to lift the ban placed on them.
League leaders Kumasi Asante Kotoko will host Medeama Sporting Club at home in week 21 of the Ghana Premier League.
The Porcupine Warriors since moving to the Len Clay Sports Stadium for their home games have picked great results at home – in two games played, they have scored 6 goals and conceded none.
Kotoko will be boosted with the coming back of Fabio Gama into the team after missing their previous game against Olympics due to accumulated cards.
Gama has been in top form in the second round of the season and returning to play against the team he made his debut against will be an advantage for Kotoko.
Accra Hearts of Oak will trek to the Western Region to play as guest to Karela United at CAM Park.
The Phobians have seen resurgence in form under head coach Samuel Boadu and despite struggling in their last two visits to CAM Park, Hearts will be hoping to replicate what Kotoko did to Karela United – beat them.
Diawusie Taylor will be key in ensuring Karela bounces back to winning ways as they have failed to pick up a win in the second round.
Techiman Eleven Wonders will be traveling to Sogakope Park without their head coach Ignatius Fosu who was prevented by supporters of the club to train with the team due to poor results.
Ebusua Dwarfs will play host to second placed Accra Great Olympics.
A game that Dwarfs will have to put in extra to win all points based on Olympics’ recent results against them, a win for the Dade Boys will push them further to finish within the top 4.
At Dawu, Inter Allies will face King Faisal in a clash of the survivors.
For Allies, the second round has been a great run for them with some positive results but King Faisal have had a continuation of their poor season.
By Francis Hema|3news.com|Ghana