Preview: GPL Week 24 – Medeama to cut Aduana to sizes?

Medeama SC have picked form in the last three games[/caption] The Ghana Premier League continues unabatedly with exciting fixtures to be featured this weekend. Week 24 fixtures will be the one to pave way for the upcoming MTN FA Cup fixtures on July 29-30 after the draw was held at the M-Plaza hotel on Tuesday. Inter Allies will welcome Great Olympics to the El Wak Sports Stadium. Allies are the only team to have kept six clean sheets in its last 6 home games (W6, D0, L0), and scoring nine goals in the process. After coming from behind last week to win 3:1 against Inter Allies, Tema Youth visit the Accra Sports Stadium to face Hearts of Oak. Hearts have, on the other hand, won thrice in their last 5 outings, (D0, L2). Tema Youth lie 12th on the league log with 28 points. Liberty Professionals drop to the relegation zone, losing 3 straight games on a row for the first time this season. The Dansoman-based club awaits AshantiGold at the Carl Reindorf Park this weekend. The Miners lost at home last weekend but have previously won their last 5 games. Cape Coast’s mysterious boys, Ebusua Dwarfs, will stay at the Cape Coast Stadium to lock horns with Wa All Stars. The last time Wa All Stars recorded a win at the Cape Coast Stadium was in 2013. Berekum Chelsea will travel all the way to face relegation-threatened Bolga All Stars at Tamale. The home team has conceded 52 goals and scored 15 in 23 games. Chelsea have also lost its last 5 away trips in the GPL (W0, L5, D0). At the Nduom Stadium, Elmina Sharks, who are on a winning streak with 3 consecutive wins, will take on Bechem United. United are currently lying 6th on the table after picking up 7 points from a possible 15 in their last five games (W2, D1, L2). The much anticipated game will be between Medeama and Aduana Stars at the Tarkwa T &A Park. Medeama have won their last 3 games against their opponents at home while Aduana, currently 2nd on the league log, have accumulated just 2 points in their last 5 away games (W0, D2, L3). The match between Asante Kotoko and leaders WAFA has been postponed.

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By Derrick Ayim|Onua 95.1FM||Ghana ]]>