Sports News of Saturday, 10 November 2012
Another exciting weekend of Premier League action despite the ‘Super Clash’ between Asante Kotoko and Hearts of Oak off the fixture list.
The league enters match-day-7 with New Edubiase’s Saturday trip to the Golden City Park where they face Berekum Chelsea, the standout match among this weekend’s Premier League fixtures.
A win for Chelsea could see the Berekum side temporarily jump top the of standings ahead of Sunday’s round of matches.
But Edubiase, who are gradually finding form could derail Chelsea’s ambitions.
The bulk of the weekend’s fixtures is set for Sunday with leaders, Medeama coming down to Accra to face Liberty Professionals.
Medeama’s title credentials and hopes of sitting tops after the weekend’s matches will be subject to a grueling test at the Carl Reindorf Park when they face Liberty.
Second-placed AshantiGold welcome Aduana Stars to the Len Clay Stadium and know they need to continue their recent form if they are to keep pace at the top.
Wa All Stars return to the Wa Park as they attempt to find their form again in the league in their meeting with Ebusua Dwarfs.
Struggling Real Tamale United, who sit a place above bottom begin a six-match home ban for crowd troubles take to the Essipong Stadium as their new home grounds when they welcome Tema Youth on Sunday.
Heart of Lions will aim to increase King Faisal’s problems following the sacking of coach Stephen Abugri on Monday when ex-international Mallam Yahaya leads the Kumasi side to the Kpando Park.
Rock-bottom Berekum Arsenals meet Amiduas Professionals in a battle of two sides caught up in the relegation net at the Tema Stadium.