The Ghana Premier League heads to Match Day 4 with exciting fixtures that may come with enough drama and surprises.
Karela United will seek to continue their unbeaten run when the face Accra Hearts of Oak at the Accra Sports Stadium on Friday, December 4.
Elmina Sharks will kick off the weekend against Aduana Stars at the Ndoum Sports Complex in Elmina on Thursday, December 3.
Sharks are placed 9th with 3 points from three games with Aduana Stars having 2 points and at 13th on the log after two games.
On Saturday, King Faisal and Inter Allies go head-to-head at the Nana Ameyaw Park. The “Insha Allah” boys are second bottom with just 1 point while the “Eleven Is to One lads” sit 7th with 4 points after 3 games.
Accra Hearts of Oak are yet to win a game in the league after hurting themselves with a 1-0 defeat against Inter Allies, a win would calm nerves and hand a new breather but Karela United FC are capable of spoiling the party.
Kosta Papic has made a return to the GPL and will be in the dugout when Hearts play Karela. Papic will be hoping to do better against Augustine Adotey’s men who are League leaders after 3 games.
Elsewhere in Dawu, Dreams FC will be motivated to win again at home following their 2-1 defeat to Karela United last weekend. Against struggling Legon Cities, they will hope to excel.
The ‘Believers’ are 6th with 4 points while ‘The Royals’ have just 2 points and occupy the 16th position after 3 games.
Eleven Wonders will be looking to continue their impressive run of form in the league as they welcome West Africa Football Academy (WAFA) to the Ohene Ameyaw Park in Techiman.
Wonders are currently 2nd with 5 points whereas the Academy Boys have 4 points and at 5th position.
Liberty Professionals will take a long trip from Accra to Berekum to play guest to Berekum Chelsea at the Golden City Park.
The ‘Bibires’ are 14th with 2 points whereas the ‘Scientific Soccer Lads’ have 3 points.
Having sat out last weekend due to Kotoko’s involvement in the CAF Champions League qualifiers, Great Olympics return to action with a home game against Mysterious Ebusua Dwarfs at the Accra Sports Stadium on Sunday.
The Dade lads are 4th with 4 points from 2 games while the Crabs are 8th after 3 games.
The Medeama SC and Asante Kotoko game as well as Bechem United versus Ashanti Gold at the Nana Gyeabour Park have been postponed due to Kotoko and Ashgold’s continental club football involvements.
Find the full fixtures below:
Elmina Sharks vs Aduana Stars – Thursday
Hearts of Oak vs Karela United FC – Friday
King Faisal vs Inter Allies – Friday
Berekum Chelsea vs Liberty Professionals – Saturday
Dreams FC vs Legon Cities – Saturday
Eleven Wonders vs WAFA – Saturday
Great Olympics vs Ebusua Dwarfs – Sunday
Medeama SC vs Asante Kotoko – Postponed
Bechem United vs Ashanti Gold – Postponed
By Susan Sarpomaa Owusu-Ansah|Contributor|Ghana