Hearts of Oak will play two of their opening home matches in the new season away from home as they continue to serve suspension from last season.
The Phobians side were handed a two-match home ban after being found guilty for misconduct and violence by their officials, players and supporters during and after a Premier League match against New Edubiase in Accra on 4th June, 2014.
The Phobians will now play match-day-1 in the 2014-2015 First Capital Premier League season against West Africa Football Academy(WAFA ) at the Kpando Park on January 17.
Hearts will complete their home suspension when they host Medeama in their match-day-3 encounter at the Essipong Stadium on January 24.
Credit: Ghana FA
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