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ghana premier league scores

  • Ghana Premier League leaders, Aduana Stars, are poised to win the GHPL title this year with two games to the end of the season.

  • With the much anticipated reverse ‘Super Clash’ between the Phobians and the Porcupine Warriors coming up this weekend, PL title hopefuls – Accra Hearts of Oak – consolidated their position at the summit with a hard fought lone goal win over visiting B. Chelsea in midweek action to go 5points clear of rivals Asante Kotoko, and dethroned PL leaders - Wa All Stars – maintained their home invincibility with a solid 2-0 win over the visiting Techiman City unit to remain two points adrift of the summit.

  •  With the topmost encounter of the match day - Ghana’s version of the ‘El Clasico’ - the match between PL leaders, Accra Hearts of Oak and PL title hopefuls Kumasi Asante Kotoko, scheduled for tomorrow at Kumasi’s Baba Yara Stadium, Hasaacas vs Dreams also set for tomorrow and the match between title contenders Wa All Stars and CAF Confederation Cup title hopefuls Medeama SC postponed, 5 games were played on Saturday with Ebusua Dwarfs being the biggest winners as they somehow managed to pick up a rare and crucial road point after forcing the Miners to come back from a goal down for a share of the spoils to keep their PL survival hopes aglow, despite dropping to the 12th spot.

  •  Undefeated PL leaders – Wa All Stars – kept up their impressive start to the season on Sunday, opening a 3point lead at the summit against title contenders Accra Hearts of Oak and Dreams FC after edging visiting Ebusua Dwarfs by a lone goal and dropping them back to the bottom of the PL table.

    • Elsewhere on Sunday, WAFA edged Ebusua Dwarfs by two goals to nothing, while Liberty professionals and Karela FC picked up a point at Berekum Chelsea ...

    Week 02 of the Ghana Premier League got underway this past Friday with the highly anticipated explosive home opener for Legon Cities FC formerly known as Wa All Stars at the Accra Sports Stadium ending in disappointment as Asante Kotoko climbed back from a goal down to beat them by three goals to one.

    • Also on Sunday, Bechem United edged Accra Gt. Olympics for their second win of the season, Karela FC returned to winning ways at home with a 2-1 win over Inter Allies, and ....

    There were a couple of changes at the helm of the Ghana Premier League table as the third week of the competition concluded with preseason favorites Aduana Stars and AshantiGold making it a perfect 3-0 start to the season with victories at home over King Faisal and Techiman XI Wonders respectively for the first and second spot on Sunday.

  •  With traditional rivals Accra Hearts of Oak and Asante Kotoko set to play the 103rd game of their rivalry at the Accra Sports Stadium, tomorrow May 2nd, Premier League leaders – Wa All Stars – saw their lead atop the summit remain the same (2points) despite picking up their second defeat of the season at the hands of Medeama SC, leaving open the possibility of the Phobians taking hold of the summit tomorrow, should they handle their business against Kotoko.

  •  The pressure to win on the road caught up with hitherto PL leaders – Wa All Stars – as precocious and newly promoted side – Techiman City FC – extended their unbeaten home run to five despite conceding a goal on their home turf for the first time this season as they handed Wa All Stars their first back-to-back defeat of the season and bundled them off the summit on a sound 2-1 scoreline in their match day 11 encounter at the Nana Ameyaw Park in Techiman to move into the fourth spot.

  •  The new found excitement in this year’s Premier League spilled over into Match Day 12 as traditional giants - Accra Hearts of Oak and bitter rivals Asante Kotoko - continue to flourish following some coaching brouhaha that both clubs seemed to have overcome for now, as both sides won again, with the Reds perhaps setting up the stage for an eventual showdown for the top spot held for now by the Rainbow Shirted lads, a showdown that Aduana Stars is determined to have a say in, as they won a record 5th consecutive game in this year’s PL to move into the second spot on 22points.

  •  Coach Kenichi Yatsuhashi and his Rainbow Shirted lads validated their undefeated away record in this year’s PL, upping it to a record 7 straight games without defeat as they came from a goal down to hold Coach Aristicã Cioãbã and his in-form high scoring raging Fire Boys at the vaunted Nana Agyemang Badu Park where the latter had until the Phobians stop racked up 5 straight victories, and an overall 5 game winning run. Not to be outdone, Reds interim coach – Michael Osei - and his Porcupine Warriors piled up the pressure on the Phobians and the Fire Boys for the summit with a lone goal victory over visiting Inter Allies, to move into the third spot, just 2points adrift off the summit as we move into the penultimate stage of the first round.

  •  Accra Hearts of Oak choked on the perfect home opportunity to maintain their perch at the summit and also open a 3point lead as they succumbed to their third home defeat of the season, a lone goal loss to regional rivals – Liberty Professionals and relinquished the top spot to Wa All Stars in their match day 14 encounter played behind the closed doors of the Accra Sports Stadium on Thursday. Also on Thursday, Dreams FC ended their game non-winning run with a lone goal away victory that dropped that dropped Edubiase FCto the bottom of the PL.

  • Following a very exciting and entertaining Match Day 14 that was highlighted by three title contenders - Hearts, Aduana and Kotoko - dropping the maximum points, the first round of the thrilling 2016 Ghana Premier League season will roll to a halt with exciting weekend action at the various league centers with the top spot opened for the taking between the top five teams.

  • With the PL top spot wide opened for the plucking and each of the top four teams (Wa All Stars, Hearts of Oak, Aduana and Liberty) needing a win to stay in contention, Wa All Stars overcame their recent road woes – a two game losing run - as they shocked their hosts B. Chelsea with a lone goal to hold on to the summit and their 2point lead over the competition to end the first half of the season on a high note.

  • The second round of the GPL will resume this weekend after almost a month’s break that was marked by the Black Stars AFCON qualifying matches, MTN FA Cup semifinal matches among others.

  • The second round of the 2015/16 Ghana Premier League season commenced this Sunday with all the anticipated excitement in tow. PL leaders, Wa All Stars, made it three straight wins in as many PL outings as they picked up the action right where they left off - in the winning column - with another huge victory to wrap up the double over visiting Berekum Chelsea, after downing them by a lone goal on match day 15 to maintain their grip on the summit and their 2points lead over the closest competition.

  • The excitement of the GPL continues this Wednesday with some dicey fixtures. The league which is in its 17th week has produced a lot of interesting events with some unfamiliar results.

  • The Ghana Premier League will enter Match Day 18 this weekend following a short break that saw Accra Hearts of Oak play and lose this year’s Presidents’ Cup on the 1st of July to their nemesis – Asante Kotoko – via the PK route, and a couple of outstanding matches being cleared.

  • Match Day 18 of the Ghana premier league came on as scheduled this weekend with all the top four teams on the log hitting a brick wall as all they could manage was pick up a point in their respective encounters, starting with title hopefuls – Asante Kotoko – who fluffed the opportunity to move up top on Saturday, as hosts, Inter Allies, fought back from a goal down to salvage a point but dropped to the last but one relegation spot.

  •  Match Day 19 of the Ghana Premier League came on as scheduled at the various stadiums with Accra Hearts of Oak the surprise beneficiaries of the day’s results as they leapfrogged Wa All Stars for the summit, with new boss Sergio Traguil picking up his first victory on his third try. The Rainbow Shirted lads opened a 2point gap at the top against the closest competition with the win.

  •  Ghana Premier League title hopefuls – Wa All Stars – on Sunday added to the relegation woes of Bechem Utd with a 2-0 defeat to leapfrog Accra Hearts of Oak for the PL summit they once held, following the 3-0 hammering of the Phobians by the Academy Lads – WAFA – in their PL topmost encounter played on Saturday.

  • Match Day 24 of the Ghana Premier League will kick off tomorrow, the 13th of August in light of the GFA’s decision to have all scheduled PL matches played a day ahead to enable sports fans and other PL teams watch and provide whatever support they can for Medeama SC’s CAF Confederation Cup match against TP Mazembe of Congo which comes this Sunday at the Essipong Stadium in Takoradi.

  • Match Day 24 of the Ghana Premier League ended this Saturday with Kumasi Asante Kotoko being the biggest winners as they maintained their rekindled hopes of adding this year’s title to their cache by completing the double over their hosts – Liberty Professionals – courtesy of a 2-0 win to move within two points of the summit, although they maintained their fourth spot, and Hearts of Oak’s quest to end their seven year old title drought continues to slip away from their grasp, as they for the umpteenth time this season bungled another perfect opportunity to win at home and take over the top spot. Instead, they settled for a 1-1 tie with the visiting Techiman City FC to drop to the third spot on the log.

  • Action continues on Wednesday across the country as the Ghanaian topflight league enters Match Day 25 with several exciting fixtures to look out for, especially at two venues, Kumasi and WA, where two feisty top four encounters involving all the title contenders will take place.


     Home  Score  Away
     Asante kotoko  0-0  Aduana Stars
     Wa All Stars  1-1  Hearts of Oak
     Techiman City  1-2  New Edubiase
     Inter Allies  2-2  Ebusua Dwarfs
     AshantiGold  2-0  Liberty Professionals
     Bechem United  2-0  Medeama SC
     WAFA  1-0  Dreams FC
     Berekum Chelsea  1-0  Hasaacas


    Match Day 25 of the Ghana Premier League came on as scheduled with the topmost encounters of the day – the pair of matches between the top four teams on the log - living up to the billing as Accra Hearts of Oak climbed back from a goal down at Wa to salvage a crucial point on the road to fluff Wa All Stars chance of extending their lead atop the log, and at the Baba Yara Stadium PL title hopefuls – Asante Kotoko also failed to capitalize on their friendly home confines to go top of the log as the visiting second placed Aduana Stars held them to a pulsating goalless tie.


    Home Score Away
    Dwafrs 0-2 Bechem Utd
    Hearts of Oak 1-1 Inter Allies
    New Edubiase 0-1 Wa All Stars
    Dreams FC 2-1 Techiman City
    Liberty Professionals 0-0 WAFA
    Aduana 2-0 AshantiGold
    Hasaacas 1-1 Kotoko
    Medeama ppd B. Chelsea

    Week 26 of the Ghana Premier League kicked off this past Saturday with a huge stunner as in-form Ebusua Dwarfs blew the chance to up their points tally and also distance themselves completely from any future relegation problems as the visiting Hunters – Bechem United – picked them apart for a rare 2-0 road victory, and on Sunday Accra Hearts of Oak perhaps kissed goodbye to their title hopes with another sloppy performance at home as bottom club Inter Allies forced them to climb back from a goal down to save face with a point in the waning moments of the game.

    PL leaders – Wa All Stars – threw a dagger into New Edubiase’s relegation woes with a lone goal victory with the latter blowing the chance to win or at least salvage a point from the spot to give their season hope, Aduana Stars stayed the course of a possible second title win with an impressive 2-0 win over the visiting dethroned champions - AshGold - to stay a point behind the summit and at the Essipong Stadium Kumasi Asante dashed Hasaacas’ hope of a quick dig out from the relegation places as they shared the spoils with their relegation threatened hosts in a 1-1 tie.

    Elsewhere on Sunday, Dreams FC took full advantage of home court to end their 3 games slide at the expense of the visiting Techiman City in their pressure cooker match with a 2-1 win and Liberty Professionals failed to make any significant headway against the relegation cloud as they divvied the spoils with visiting WAFA in a goalless encounter.


    Hearts of oak’s inability to win at home continued in week 26 as they rallied from behind for a one all draw against Inter Allies at the Accra Sports Stadium. Most Hearts fans saw the match as a decider for the top spot with the hope that leaders - Wa All Stars - would drop points in their road match against bottommost New Edubiase. But, it rather ended up being the opposite as Hearts dropped valuable points against the relegation threatened side and this has virtually affected their title hopes. They sit third on the log, three points adrift of Wa all Stars. Hearts were however the better side in both halves but it was Inter Allies who looked more purposeful upfront. Hearts profligacy at home continued unabated and it does not look like the Accra Sports Stadium is ready to be exorcised now.  Allies drew first blood in the 39th minute when Ropapa Mensah scored from a goal mouth melee after the Hearts defenders failed to clear their lines. Scores of Hearts fans who looked unimpressed with their side’s performance mounted pressure on coach Sergio Traguil to make changes before recess. He brought on Paul Acquah for Samudeen Ibrahim who was lethargic on the day. But the addition of Ollenu Ashittey in the second half revived the Phobian spirit. Hearts finally got the equalizer after incessant pressure in the 81st minute after Inusah Musah headed in a free kick. Hearts moved for the winner but Inter Allies stayed resolute to deny the Phobians. Even though Allies got only a point from the game, it adds to their points build up to escape relegation. They are still on the 15th position hoping that something magical will happen in the next four games.



    Dreams FC returned to winning ways at the Theatre of Dreams in Dawu where they beat Techiman City by two goals to one. The home side put smiles back to the faces of their fans after a disappointing midweek loss to WAFA. Techiman city needed the three maximum points badly to cushion their survival in the league but ended up losing everything.

    Dreams FC got the first goal of the game courtesy of Aaron Amoah’s 9th minute shot from the edge of the box before Michael Sarpong doubled the lead for Dreams FC just before the 50th minute mark. But Stephen Manu got a consolation for the Citizens who looked unimpressive on the day with 20 minutes to go. The loss means Techiman City will have to continue battling relegation for the remainder of the season. The win lifted Dreams to 5th spot with their stay in the PL all but assured for next season as they continue their quest for a top four finish.


    Liberty Professionals continued their torrid second half performance as they split the spoils with the visiting WAFA outfit. Their inconsistencies have landed them in the relegation battle. The point gap between them and the bottom clubs is very marginal and if they do not put things in order, relegation will dawn on them. After an impressive first round, Liberty seem to have lost concentration with some unpardonable home losses and ties .Nothing seems to be working for the scientific soccer lads this second round and it manifested in the match against the Academy Boys. Both teams played a compact game with few chances created. Though the game was end to end action packed game, it produced no clear cut chances for either side. It was however not surprising the game ended in a stalemate. Liberty are the worse affected by the blank score line and they must do everything possible else they risk losing their premiership status if those behind them perform better than them.


    Wa All Stars shot themselves closer to the PL title with an enviable away win over bottom side New Edubiase at the Nana Gyamfi Park in Bekwai this afternoon. All Stars defied all odds and won the match to push them closer to the title which will be a historic first for the Wa Side. Edubiase needed the win badly and many pundits had them winning after lifting up their game for a rare midweek road win over Techiman City at the dreaded Osei Ameyaw Park. Wa All Stars surprised the home side with an early 17th minute goal from Kweku Asiedu Baffour from which Edubiase could not recover from despite fighting hard for the equalizer with Nasir Lamine breaking the hearts of home fans after missing from the spot in the second half. The goal was enough to guarantee another week at the summit of the log as Edubiase’s quest for the equalizer did not materialize with All Stars remaining resolute in defence to pick the vital win which ironically pushed Edubiase further down towards the exit of the PL.


    Aduana Stars did not have the luxury of time to entertain AshantiGold’s impressive second round performance. Aduana Stars halted the unbeaten run of AshantiGold in the second round by inflicting a painful defeat on the Miners. The victory left Aduana comfortably on the second spot, a point adrift of the summit and with the chance to grab their second title should things break their way in the remaining matches. Aduana Stars scored in both halves to seal the win with Godfred Saka converting a penalty and Noah Martey scoring from a beautiful build-up. AshantiGold tried to get a consolation but Aduana Stars had other ideas. They also pressed to get the third goal which seemed impossible. The lose means AshantiGold must continue the fight for survival in the remaining matches. Aduana will have a tall order to climb if they really want to win the league. The point gap between them and Wa All Stars is just one and if they continue their impressive performances without a slip, they can push the league to a photo finish.


    Asante Kotoko scored from the spot to earn a vital point at the Essipong Stadium against relegation threatened side Sekondi Hasaacas. Both clubs needed the available three points to change their fortunes on the log but on the day it was Hasaacas who looked more determined. They made their intentions clear with early surges but all were thwarted by the Kotoko defence. Samuel Afful got the opener for the Hasmal Boys but it was later cancelled by Amos Frimpong through a penalty. The Kotoko skipper has been the rescuer of the Porcupine Warriors with his deft skill of converting from the spot. Sekondi Hasaacas must blame themselves for not protecting their lead. They could not contain the little pressure mounted by Kotoko and surrendered through the controversial penalty. They remain holed up on the first relegation spot and will have to continue their efforts at surviving relegation.


    Bechem United produced one of the best performances in the ongoing league this past Saturday when they surprisingly humbled in-form Ebusua Dwarfs at the Robert Mensah Stadium in Cape Coast. Dwarfs were in fine form prior to this game and much was expected from them. The visitors took charge of the game and dictated the pace. Dwarfs lose was unexpected and will continue to linger on the minds of pundits. Goals from Yaw Abotsi and an uncharacteristic howler from Dwarfs keeper Frank Andoh cost the crabs the match. Bechem United with the win caused one of the biggest surprises of the weekend as many did not give them a dog’s chance to get even a draw at Cape Coast due to their recent form. They have added some impetus to their mission of staying in the league and they look more than safe from their current 7th spot on the log and 35points tally. A couple more of such performances might just catapult them to a top 5 or 6 finish.




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    GPL log at week 28


    With no clear favorite to win it all in sight yet, GPL penultimate games will come on in midweek style tomorrow with the stage set for an exciting photo finish to the season as Aduana Stars and Wa All Stars square off for the top spot with Aduana eying revenge as they try to avoid being swept by Wa All Stars after losing to them at home in the first round. And, 3points out of contention Hearts of Oak will look to get back in the title race with a very slim chance that can do with some divine intervention from the ‘soccer gods’. On the bottom end, the pulsating quest to avoid relegation will likely end on the final match day of the season as we seem to have 5 teams awash in the relegation pool - 3 of them tied on 34points for the first relegation spot and needing to up their game to avoid the fate of relegated New Edubiase. More so for Hasaacas who have 33points and for now seem to be in a deeper hole.

    Captivatingly, the ‘soccer gods’ could not have presented avid Ghanaian soccer fans with a better two game schedule to close out the season with Hearts of Oak having a slim shot at the title despite all the blown opportunities as the top two teams in the land who are tied for the lead duke it out at Wa’s Malik Jabir Park in the topmost encounter of the day for the right to take full control of the summit with the loser likely falling out of the chase and Hearts of Oak having the perfect opportunity at home to inch closer to the top if they can tame Medeama SC in their second straight game under the guidance of interim coach Yaw Preko. Fourth placed Asante Kotoko will have their hands full as guests of relegation entangled AshGold who need the win badly to assure their stay in tier-one soccer.

    The other topmost encounters of the day will be fought on the bottom of the log between relegation engulfed Inter Allies and Liberty Professionals, Techiman City and Hasaacas, Dwarfs vs demoted New Edubiase with the winners of these encounters likely to survive.

    Elsewhere, WAFA will host B. Chelsea with both teams needing the win badly to distance themselves from the brewing relegation battle below them, and same goes for Dreams FC who will attempt to avoid a third straight loss as guests of the red hot Bechem Utd.

    Dwarfs vs New Edubiase – Cape Coast

    From the PL cellar, to the middle and now back into the relegation throes Ebusua Dwarfs will have another shot at saving their season as they play host to relegated New Edubiase who have nothing to play for competitively in this one, except perhaps wreak havoc for the sake of companionship.

    A must win game for the Crabs who just made it back to the premiership this season, are tied for the first relegation spot on points with two other teams and have lost their last three games - 2 at home and one on the road. They seem to have the easiest schedule of the three and they need to capitalize to have a shot. Head to head Edubiase has taken 3 of the 5 clashes and it’s time Dwarfs evened things up.

    AshGold vs Kotoko – Obuasi

    10th placed and 2points off the first relegation spot struggling dethroned PL champions – AshantiGold – will have the chance to rebound from this past weekend’s 2-0 road beating at the hands of B. Chelsea and to get their relegation survival hopes on course with a victory over rivals Asante Kotoko.

    Kotoko ended whatever slim title hopes they had remaining after allowing their hosts – Medeama SC – to climb back into the game for a tie with 7 minutes to go, and the usual competitive atmosphere when these two slides clash is just not there given the directions the two sides are headed this year. 

    The onus however remains on AshGold to go for nothing short of the win at home where they are undefeated this second round to avoid falling deep into the relegation brouhaha than they already are.

    Head to head, they have split their last 5 meetings with a draw in between. AshGold will likely risk relegation with a loss or a tie.

    WAFA vs B. Chelsea – Sogakope

    A clash between two teams who look deceptively to be out of the relegation problems but nevertheless need to win to be assured of safety. Chelsea is coming off an impressive 2-0 home win over AshGold whilst their hosts are riding a 3 game non-winning run and need to get back into the winning column at home where they are unbeaten this season for their own safety.

    Head to head B. Chelsea has won twice as against WAFA’s one in the 3 meets between them. A tough and uncompromised game awaits as B. Chelsea will like to at worse leave with a point, something WAFA cannot afford in this clash.

    Techiman City vs Hasaacas – Techiman

    One of the topmost clashes of the day with the loser quite likely signing off on their relegation papers as the two sides lie uncomfortably in the grips of relegation. Hasaacas 15th on 33points and Techiman 34points on 14th, a loss will likely throw the loser deeper into the relegation hole.

    On paper, it looks like a win for Techiman despite losing some of the brilliant shine they have at home recently given Hasaacas’ poor record. But, they cannot afford to underrate the Hasmal Boys who have their backs against the wall and turned in a brilliant road performance at Medeama recently only to end up picking up a point after going up by 2 goals.

    Both sides will definitely be inspired to go for the win given the stakes as Hasaacas looks to build on this past Sunday’s 2-1 home win over WAFA and the Citizens look to bounce back from their 4-0 humiliation at Aduana. Head to head, Hasaacas won the only clash between them 4-2 in the first round at Essipong.

    Wa All Stars vs Aduana – Wa Park

    In the topmost encounter of the day, the two title hopefuls, who are currently tied for the top spot on 48points apiece with Aduana atop will have the chance to match each other boot for boot or mano a mano with the winner perhaps having an easier path to the ultimate prize as Aduana tries to avoid being swept by their hosts after losing the first fixture at home by a lone goal.

    The two contenders are coming off different trajectories this past weekend, Wa All Stars losing on the road by a lone goal to cede the summit to Aduana who tortured their neighbors – Techiman City – in a 4-0 rout.

    With the chance for their first ever PL title on the line and a second for Aduana, the two sides have enough to inspire them to go all out for the win. Unfortunately for Aduana, their hosts are undefeated at home this full term, but fortunately for Aduana they have proved themselves worthy road contenders in their last four road games, losing once, winning once and playing to two ties against a credible Kotoko and WAFA side and this can be enough motivation, not to mention the revenge factor as they look to pay their hosts back or at worse leave Wa with a point.

    Head to head the two sides have 2 wins apiece and a tie between them. Wa All Stars definitely have the advantage playing at home as Aduana tries to avoid being swept this season.

    Inter Allies vs Liberty – Tema                                                                                   

    In another of the day’s top encounter, relegation embroiled regional neighbors, 12th placed Inter Allies who are tied on 34points with 2 other teams for the first relegation spot will slug it out against 11th placed Liberty Professionals who are just a point away from the first relegation spot. Both teams notched vital wins this past Sunday to improve their chances of avoiding relegation. A match of epic proportions for the two teams who are almost evenly matched with the loser likely falling into the drop zone. Head to head, each side has taken two games out of their last five meets with one ending in a tie. Looks like Inter Allies have the upper hand playing at home but then they cannot afford to sleep on their guests.

    Bechem vs Dreams – Bechem

    In form Bechem Utd will be looking for their sixth straight win in as many outings as they play host to Dreams FC who will be looking to avoid their third straight loss.

    A very promising game for fans as the 8th placed Dreams FC who have 39points look to push above the fail-safe mark of 41points to avoid any last minute final day surprises. For the red hot hunters who hopped in the relegation places for a while, victory may mean a deserving and possible fourth placed finish should they be able to run the table from here on.

    Dreams FC won the very first encounter between the two sides, but they will be hard-pressed to do same at Bechem.

    Hearts of Oak vs Medeama - Accra

    Accra Hearts of Oak will have the chance to rekindle whatever hope they have left of ending their 7year title drought as they host Medeama SC at the nation’s Wembley in a must win big scoreline match and see what providence can do for them at Wa on Wednesday and Sunday.

    Both teams have had their title hopes derailed by circumstances within their control; for the Phobians, it’s been their inability to win at home given their more than decent road record as interim coach Yaw Preko goes in search of back to back home wins for the first time this half of the season, and for Medeama it has more to do with recently dropped points at home against Kotoko and Hasaacas.

    Victory for Medeama will largely be about a top four finish while a win for the Phobians may represent a chance to move up to the second spot or draw closer in the race in case of an Aduana or Wa All Stars loss or tie. But they must be able to score more than a goal or two in this match, and that is something they have been barely able to do at home or anywhere all season long. A goal or less per game has largely been their lot.

    Head to head, Medeama has the edge having won 2 and tied 2 of the last five meetings between the two sides. Hearts stunned the Yellow and Mauves by 2 goals to nothing in their season opener at Tarkwa and they seem to have the advantage in this one playing at home, but it remains to be seen if they can capitalize.





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    Home  Score Away
     Dwarfs  5-1  New Edubiase
    AshantiGold  5-3 Asante Kotoko
     WAFA  1-0  Berekum Chelsea
     Techiman City  2-0  Sekondi Hasaacas
     Wa All Stars  2-1  Aduana Stars
     Inter Allies  1-0  Liberty
     Bechem Utd  1-1  Dreams FC
     Hearts of Oak  0-1  Medeama SC

     Penultimate GPL games were played at the various stadiums this afternoon in midweek style with Wa All Stars completing the season’s sweep over hitherto first placed visiting Aduana Stars as they defeated the latter for the second time this season to annex their first ever PL title in club history in a hard-fought 2-1 victory. Accra Hearts of Oak continued their miserable run at home as they lost for the umpteenth time at home this season, this time to Medeama SC by a lone goal to shut the window on the tiny sliver of hope they had at an upset that wouldn’t have mattered anyway as Wa All Stars won at home to put themselves in the driver’s seat for the title. And dethroned PL Champions – AshGold - secured their stay in the premiership division in an eight goal-thriller that saw 3 penalty kicks being awarded and Kotoko losing by five goals to three.

  •  The 2015/16 Ghana Premier League season will draw to a close this weekend with ultimate games at the various league centres and Champions in waiting – Wa All Stars – scheduled to receive the PL trophy at the Essipong Stadium after taking on the already relegated Sekondi Hasaacas in a purely academic match whose result will have no effect on the destiny of the two teams.

  • In their final game of the 2015/16 GPL season, relegated Sekondi Hasaacas created some memorable memories from the very field they will attempt to launch their reentry to tier-one soccer as they trounced this season’s Champions – Wa All Stars – who were crowned champions after the match by three goals to nothing in a purely academic match to give their teeming fans something to cheer about at the exit.

  •  Hitherto winless Ebusua Dwarfs finally won their first game of the season on Saturday. It took half a dozen tries, but the Crabs finally did it, and they did it in style - dispatching visiting Inter Allies by an emphatic 3 goals to 1 score line to move out of the relegation places.

  •  At the Nana Gyeabour Park, hitherto, undefeated Premier League leaders, Wa All Stars, succumbed to their first defeat, halfway into the first round of the season at the hands of Bechem United, courtesy of a brace from Abednego Tagoe that saw Bechem move out of the relegation places. Dauda Mohammed’s lone goal at the Theater of Dreams handed Michael Osei, his third straight victory in all competitions as Interim Coach of the Porcupine Warriors, improving his record to a perfect record 3-0 as he continued his audition for the job.

  • Match Day 6 of the Ghana Premier League ended this past weekend with some advances in one of the main areas fans have been complaining about – the goal scoring department – where many fans want to see more goals being scored.

  • The ongoing Ghana Premier League continue to churn out some interesting statistics, below are a few of them.

    19 - New Edubiase have dropped the most points at home. (5 wins and 4 draws in 12 games), Followed by Ashgold, dropped 18 points at home.

    7 - No defender has scored more goals than Kotoko captain Amos Frimpong.

    10 - Ashanti Gold have scored 10 goals at home, less than Yahaya Mohammed's total tally this season (14).

    30 - WAFA and All Stars have won the most points at home 30 out of 36. Dropped only six points.

    21 - No team has won more away points than Hearts of Oak this season. Closest is Kotoko who have 14 points.

    6 - No player has scored more goals (6) in the second round than WAFA's Komla Agbeniadan.

    6 - Togolese international Komla Agbeniadan leads foreign players with the most goals in the league this season.

    380 - Total goals scored after Match Day 24. An average of 2 goals per game.

    *New Edubiase United have won only 2 of their last 14 premier league matches. (W2 D4 L8).

    *WAFA SC are winless in their last 20 away fixtures in the premier league. Last victory dates back to April 2015 against Inter Allies.

    25 - This season has produced more away wins (25) than last season (24) 115 - Total home wins.

    5 - Isaac Baah (Techiman City) has scored 5 goals this season. 3 for his club and 2 against his club.

    4 - Ebusua Dwarfs have won more games (4) than any other club in the last 6 Match Days.

    35 - Hasaacas have the worse defence in the league. Conceded 35 goals.

    *Hearts of Oak have managed to keep only 5 clean sheets at home.

    *Techiman City FC have conceded in each of their 12 away games.

    *Hearts of Oak have won just 3 of their last 10 matches.

    *Ashgold have lost only 1 of their last 14. Unbeaten in their last 8. (W3 D10 L1).

    • A tantalizing clash between old regional foes, who for now look to be headed in different directions although both were losers this past weekend:

    There won’t be much rest for the weary nor enough time for struggling teams to mull things over in the Ghana Premier League as Week Three beckons this midweek with loads of excitement on the schedule, as Accra Hearts of Oak look to turn their season around as guests of Ebusua Dwarfs, and Champions Aduana Stars clash with runner-ups from last year, WAFA.

    • Asante Kotoko fell behind in the chase following a dramatic last minute defeat at the hands of Medeama SC, newbies Eleven Wonders stunned Bechem United at home,...

     With the match between Hearts of Oak and Ebusua Dwarfs scheduled for tomorrow and the match between B. Chelsea and Elmina Sharks postponed, Ghana Premier League leaders, AshantiGold, retained their 2points advantage at the top with a win over Karela FC, and WAFA kept the chase close with their first ever win over defending champions, Aduana Stars.

    • Coach Henry Lamptey Wellington and his squad, will have the chance to see how far off they flung the proverbial monkey off their backs, as they host a talented and undefeated pesky Dreams FC side that handed them...

    So far, it’s been six days of grueling action, surprises, and excitement for the nation’s Premier League teams, and their teeming fans between Match Day 02 and 03. The exhilaration will definitely go up a notch this weekend, as the physical and mental toughness of the players is put under stress, on just about four days or so of rest with a lot on the line.

    • On Sunday, Aduana Stars Yahaya Mohammed scored the first hat-trick of the season, as his side run rampant over a 10-man Inter Allies with half a dozen goals, Karela FC won their first ever Ghana Premier League...

     Match day 04 of the ongoing Ghana Premier League concluded with a couple of interesting firsts of the season. Leaders, AshantiGold, saw their three-game winning run come to an end, and Elmina Sharks finally defeated WAFA to end their winless start to the season, as well as their two straight game losing run to the Academy Lads, dating back to last season.

    • A maiden encounter between two talented sides that have so far played very well with Karela FC allowing just a goal on the road per game and Dreams FC scoring just a goal per game at home.

     Match Day 05 of the Ghana Premier League will come on as scheduled this weekend with some exciting fixtures as unbeaten AshantiGold collide with Asante Kotoko in the Ashanti Derby with the summit on the line and Berekum Chelsea take on a rejuvenated Hearts of Oak side with hopes of grabbing their first win of the season.

    • On the other hand, having tasted victory finally, this past Sunday, in their 2-0 shutout win over Eleven Wonders, it will be up Liberty’s Coach, Reginald Asante Boateng, to let that and their desperation to vacate the cellar buoy them up to victory.

    Following a very stunning Week 05 that saw traditional giants, Hearts of Oak and Asante Kotoko, succumb to their second defeat of the very young season, AshGold strengthen their grip at the helm, and Liberty Professionals win for the first time this season on their fourth attempt, Week 06 of the Ghana Premier League which comes on this midweek promises to be very interesting with some tricky fixtures on the schedule.

    • Aduana Stars continued their title defense with an impressive 4-1 destruction of regional neighbors, Eleven Wonders, for a third straight win in all competitions that saw them hike their total goal haul to 16 from three matches.

    With the final fixture of Week 06 between Karela FC and Berekum Chelsea set for Thursday, the first day of midweek skirmishes concluded with the termination of a couple of records, as Liberty Professionals ended AshantiGold’s unbeaten start to the season with a late winner and underdogs, Medeama SC, ended WAFA’s 46-game unbeaten home record at the Sogakope Red Bull Arena with a 2-1.

    • Surging Elmina Sharks produced an impressive first-half performance to beat Accra Hearts of Oak by two goals to one, as Coach Wellington suffered his third defeat as Hearts manager.

    With five matches set for tomorrow, Elmina Sharks continued their impressive run with a comfortable 2-1 win over Accra Hearts of Oak on Saturday. And in the late match of the day, also at the Cape Coast Sports Stadium, Medeama edged visiting Inter Allies by a lone goal.

    • With just a win on the road that incidentally came against Dwarfs at their adopted home of Cape Coast, the Rainbow Club’s road show does not exude much fear, as shown by a 1-1 tie against Eleven Wonders and a 3-0 thrashing at Bechem Chelsea.

    The Ghana Premier League will cross the halfway mark of the first round this midweek with traditional giants Hearts of Oak and Asante Kotoko still searching for a consistent winning formula and hoping to avoid back to back losses as they come up against an energetic Karela FC side and a wobbly B. Chelsea side in that order.

  • The Ghana Premier League crossed the halfway mark of the first round this midweek with traditional giants, Hearts of Oak and Kotoko still looking for the winning formula. But it was the Phobians, who had it worst, as Karela FC came from a goal down to hand them a sound 3-1 spanking, while Asante Kotoko managed to come back from a goal down to split the spoils with visiting Berekum Chelsea at home.

    • As the second placed on 14points Karela FC and the two-game in hand 6th placed Elmina Sharks clash at the CAM Anyinase Park this weekend, old memories will be evoked, the bad blood between them will resurface, but...

    The Ghana Premier League will morph into Week 09 this weekend with the match between two of the recently promoted clubs; year one side Karela FC and year two side Elmina Sharks, both of whom hold one of the best record in the league at this point taking center stage.

    • Kumasi Asante Kotoko took advantage of a listless Wa All Stars for their first road win of the season, Accra Hearts of Oak came back with an injury time goal to avert a third straight loss against Bechem United, and Eleven Wonders ended Medeama’s unbeaten four-game run with a lone goal.

     Ghana Premier League leaders, AshantiGold, extended their unbeaten record at home to five straight games on Saturday with a battling lone goal over Inter Allies to hold on to the summit.

    • But there will be a lot to watch out for at the top of the table and some excitement in the air as well, on Saturday, as Premier League leaders AshGold fight to maintain their hold on the topmost spot...

    Match Day ten of the Ghana Premier League will come on as scheduled tomorrow with a lot of excitement in the air as slumping Accra Hearts of Oak and archrivals Asante Kotoko seize the limelight in the sole match set for Super Sunday in the first of two highly anticipated clashes between the nation’s two most decorated clubs, both of whom continue to look for their glorious days of yore.

    • Elsewhere on Saturday, Elmina Sharks joined the winners circle with a lone goal win over Eleven Wonders, Bechem United ended Karela FC’s unbeaten run with another lone goal, Inter Allies...

    Ahead of ‘Super Sunday’, tomorrow’s clash between Asante Kotoko and Accra Hearts of Oak, Premier League leaders, Ashanti Gold SC saw their run atop the leaderboard stalled on Saturday as hosts, Medeama SC,  bested them by 2 goals to one for just their second loss of the season.

  • Week 10 of the Ghana Premier League came on as scheduled this afternoon in midweek style across the various stadiums with the thrills surpassing expectations as WAFA built on their new found title-contendership status at the Sogakope Red Bull Arena with a 3-0 rout of 2014/15 GPL Champions – AshantiGold to take over the summit with a 2point advantage over the closest competition.

    • A blistering four-game unbeaten run (3 wins and a tie) at the start of the season that had the Miners leading the pack by four points has since been tempered by just a win, ...

    Match Day 11 of the Ghana Premier League will come on this Wednesday and Thursday with the pressure on title hopeful side, AshGold, to rebound from this past weekend’s loss against Medeama SC, as well as hold on to the Premier League summit, as they play host to Eleven Wonders at the Len Clay Stadium tomorrow.

  • Thrown to the summit of the Ghana Premier League on the wings of a record three game winning run and by default into the status of title contenders - the extremely talented Academy Lads – WAFA – will find themselves ‘marked’ and living under the pressures that life atop the log brings with it as Week 11 of the GPL beckons with some exciting games this weekend.

  • Accra Hearts of Oak’s game against AshantiGold on Saturday got off to a pesky start with some off the field dramaas some AshGold supporters sought to deny Hearts of Oak's equipment manager – Sabahn Quaye - entry into his side’s dressing room. But things were eventually sorted out for the start of the game with the Phobians making an early attempt at scoring that resulted in two corner kicks under 6minutes before AshGold’s Hans Kwofie saw his low shot easily gathered by Akurugu in goal for Hearts.

    • Elsewhere on Wednesday, Elmina Sharks were denied the win on the road as Bechem United roared back from a three-goal deficit to avert looming defeat.

    Match Day 11 of the Ghana Premier came on as scheduled this midweek with Premier League leaders, Ashanti Gold, living up to the pressure at home with a hard-fought lone goal win over Eleven Wonders in their encounter at the Len Clay Stadium.

    • And on Sunday, It will be Inter Allies looking to wash the taste of bitter defeat off their cleats, as they lost the lead twice, and had to settle for a final 2-3 loss against Dreams FC in ...

    Year two Premier League side, Elmina Sharks, will have the chance to make a push for a top-four spot tomorrow as they welcome table-toppers, AshantiGold, to their turf in the topmost encounter of Match Day 12 as The Miners look to avoid a third straight loss at the hands of their guests, as well as beat off competition from co-leaders, Dreams FC.

  • The Ghana Premier League will enter Week 12 this Easter weekend with leaders – West African Football Academy (WAFA) – having the perfect opportunity at home to extend their current record team winning streak to five consecutive games as they welcome bottom side – Bolga All Stars – to Sogakope.

    • Inter Allies continued their winning run at home with a hard-fought lone goal win over visiting Berekum Chelsea at their Tema base on Sunday, as they overcame their midweek calamitous run that saw them drop all the points after ceding the lead twice, to Dreams FC on the road.

    Ashanti Gold SC saw their lead atop the Ghana Premier League leaderboard stymied as they were held to a goalless tie by Elmina Sharks in their Match Day 12 fixture played at the Nduom Sports Complex in Elmina on Saturday. 

  • Week 12 of the Ghana Premier League got underway on Saturday at the Tarkwa T&A Park with Medeama SC scoring back to back wins at home for the first time this season as they ended Bechem United’s push for a top-four spot this weekend with a pair of first half goals to improve their quest of distancing themselves from the lower half of the premier league table.

    • Elmina Sharks and Inter Allies will have the chance to break into the 20points margin, but they will have to do it on the road against Kotoko and Wa All Stars in that order. And so will Karela FC, who will be at home to Aduana Stars.

     The rechristened Ghana Premier League will return from its short break this midweek as the Zylofon Cash Premier League following the signing of a new sponsorship deal between the GFA and Zylofon Media with Tarkwa based Medeama SC at the helm and hitherto leaders AshantiGold in second place.

  • The Ghana Premier League will make a return this midweek following a brief pause for the MTN FA Cup Round of 64 gamesthis past weekend with some very dicey and intriguing pairings on the schedule.

    • Elsewhere in midweek action, Asante Kotoko extended their winning streak to three straight games, courtesy of two second half goals from Emmanuel Gyamfi and Sogne Yacoubou

    Week 13 of the Ghana Premier League got underway as scheduled this midweek with leaders, Medeama SC, going down by two goals to one in their match against Berekum Chelsea at the Golden City Park. But they held on to the top spot by virtue of goal difference over Dreams FC.

  • Week 13 of the Ghana Premier Football League came on as scheduled this midweek with West African Football Academy (WAFA) recording a club record sixth consecutive Premier League win with a 2-1 win over visiting Liberty Professionals to hold on to the summit on 29points. Three points better than second placed Aduana Stars.

    • And on Thursday, surging Inter Allies, who have been excellent at their Tema base, will have the chance for their first back-to-back win of the season as they welcome regional neighbors, Hearts of Oak...

    The Ghana Premier League will continue this midweek following a brief pause this past weekend for the MTN FA Cup Round of 64 matches with several interesting and rivalry matches on the schedule.

  • With the match between Accra Gt Olympics and Asante Kotoko out of the way, and Hearts of Oak and WAFA idle until tomorrow, Week 14 of the GPL season came on as scheduled with a couple of stunning results.

  • Ultimate matches of the first half of the 2016/17 Ghana Premier Football League will come on as scheduled across the various stadiums this weekend with a trio of exciting derbies headlining the fixtures.

    • Two points out of a possible 9 from their last three straight Premier League outings, have the game in hand Accra Hearts of Oak, holding off Bechem United for the first relegation spot by virtue of goal differences on 16 points.

    With the exception of several outstanding matches, the first half of this year’s edition of the Ghana Premier League will come to an end this weekend, with a number of teams in dire need of victory to set a good tone for the second round.

  • Final matches of the first round of the 2016/17 Ghana Premier League season got underway this past Saturday with leaders - West African Football Academy – rebounding nicely at home as they held off visiting Inter Allies by a pair of goals to close out the first half of the season on top of the log with 32points, two better than the pursuing Aduana Stars.

    • Newly promoted side, Karela United FC, continued their stellar run with 2-1 win over visiting Inter Allies FC, to close out the first half of the season on a very impressive note,...

    The first round of the 2017/18 Ghana Premier League concluded this weekend, with one spot off the bottom, Ebusua Dwarfs, unable to secure the much needed win on Saturday, but they managed a crucial point to keep their press out of the bottom places alive.

  • The second half of the 2016/17 Ghana Premier League got underway this past Saturday with Accra Gt. Olympics moving out of the relegation places following their lone goal win over B. Chelsea and Cape Coast Ebusua Dwarfs avenging their week 15 loss to rivals – Elmina Sharks – with a comfortable 3-1 win.

  • The Ghana Premier Football League will continue into Week 17 this weekend with a thrilling top 4 encounter, a couple of derbies, several revenge encounters, and a couple of must win matches for the bottom teams on the schedule as the competition picks up in heat and intensity on the top as well as on the bottom.

  • Week 17 of the Ghana Premier League came on as scheduled with some stunning results; WAFA whitewashed visiting Accra Hearts of Oak by 5 goals to nothing in a match that bore no resemblance to the top-four encounter that it was to reclaim the premier league top spot following B. Chelsea’s come from behind late win over hitherto table-toppers Aduana Stars on Saturday. Wonder Club, Accra Gt. Olympics and AshGold continue to show progress towards avoiding relegation, but Tema Youth and Bolga All Stars seem stuck in reverse mode as they failed to make major headway at home.

  • With the Black Stars set to play their Ethiopian counterparts on Sunday, Week 18 of the Ghana Premier League will kick off this Friday with 6 matches on the schedule, continue with one match on Saturday and conclude on Monday with the last scheduled match.

  • With the match between Gt. Olympics and Tema Youth, title chasing Aduana Stars and Asante Kotoko set for Saturday and Monday respectively, premier league leading side – West African Football Academy (WAFA) extended their lead to three points following a goalless tie against Liberty Professionals in their away fixture played at the Dansoman Carl Reindorf Park.

  • The Ghana Premier League will continue into Week 19 this weekend following a short break for the MTN FA Cup Round of 16 matches with West African Football Academy (WAFA) holding a 2point advantage at the helm over the pursuing Aduana Stars and perennial contenders Accra Hearts of Oak and Asante Kotoko adrift of the top spot by a respective 6 and 10points. Bolga All Stars remain bottommost with Gt. Oly and AshGold with 19points apiece trying to claw their way out of the drop zone.

  • Ghana Premier League Champions – Wa All Stars – saw their fast fading chances of a successful title defense take another tumble as they went down by two goals to one to Asante Kotoko in the opening match of Match Day 19 played at the Baba Yara Sports Stadium in Kumasi yesterday.

  • The Ghana Premier League continued into Week 2 this weekend with returnees Gt. Olympics opening their campaign to a poor start on Saturday, courtesy of the first hat-trick of the season from AshGold’s Hans Kwofie within the span of 8 game minutes.

  • Match day twenty of the Ghana Premier League came on as scheduled this midweek with a couple of stunning results as Accra Hearts of Oak and Ebusua Dwarfs lost for the first time at home this season to fall behind in the title chase.

  • The Ghana Premier League will return tomorrow with Tema Youth hosting Ebusua Dwarf for the chance to distance themselves further from the bottom places. It will continue on Sunday with the topmost encounter of the match day – table toppers WAFA versus in form AshantiGold.

  • The Ghana Premier League will continue with week 22 this midweek with some intriguing matches on the schedule as leaders – WAFA – go for the double and control of the top spot against Bechem United.

  • The highly anticipated Ghana Premier League (GPL) second round clash between the nation’s two most decorated clubs - Kumasi Asante Kotoko and Accra Hearts of Oak - will come off as scheduled this afternoon at the B. Yara Stadium in Kumasi.

  • Week 23 of the Ghana Premier League will come on as scheduled this weekend with the ‘Super Clash’ between Hearts of Oak and Asante Kotoko postponed indefinitely following the involvement of the latter’s team bus in a fatal accidentthat took the life of the team’s equipment manager, Mr. George K. Asare, and left several officials and players severely injured.

  • Week 24 of the Ghana Premier League will continue this weekend with what would have been an intriguing top-four encounter between premier league leaders – WAFA and Asante Kotoko postponed indefinitely. Nonetheless, there are several mouthwatering encounters, including a couple of derbies, all  tinged with different storylines to keep fans on the edge of their seats as Gt. Olympics look to jumpstart their survival hopes as guests of Inter Allies at the El Wak Stadium tomorrow.

  • Week 24 of the Ghana Premier League came on as scheduled this afternoon with the derbies between four of the teams based in the nation’s capital providing some intrigues as Accra Hearts of Oak avenged their first round 2-1 loss to Tema Youth and relegation threatened Accra Gt. Olympics pulled a lone goal stunner on Inter Allies to inject some life into their bid to escape looming relegation.

  • The Ghana Premier League will continue with Match Day 25 this weekend following a month long hiatus. The long break saw the clearing of all outstanding matches with WAFA and Asante as the last two Premier League teams in action this past Wednesday. The latter lost by two goals to nothing.

  • The Ghana Premier League continued into Match Day 25 this weekend with hitherto leaders – WAFA – ceding the top spot once again, Aduana Stars, Hearts of Oak completing the double over Inter Allies and Gt. Olympics, and Kotoko edging Bolga All Stars for the full spoils and Liberty Professionals dropping into the bottom places.

  • Following the exciting return of the Ghana Premier League this past weekend that saw another musical chairs dance between WAFA and Aduana Stars for the summit, and the narrowing of the points differentials between the top three teams, the tension and drama will reach another crescendo this midweek.

  • Week 26 of the Ghana Premier League came on as scheduled this midweek with several exciting games and spectacular outcomes; a six goal-fest match between Hearts of Oak and Aduana Stars, a seven goal-fest match between AshGold and B. Chelsea, a pulsating goalless tie between title hopeful side – WAFA - and relegation threatened Gt. Olympics, a lone goal loss for Asante Kotoko that in the end left the Premier League top four spots unchanged, and two bungled spot kicks by Inter Allies.

  • The Ghana Premier League will return this midweek following a month’s break that saw the Black Stars team B, composed of players from the local league win the WAFU tournament. The break also saw a decision on pending MTN FA Cup semifinal matches with Hearts of Oak edging Wa All Stars by two goals to one to set up a grand finale showdown with archrivals Asante Kotoko defeated Medeama by a lone goal.

  • With Asante Kotoko and Medeama SC set to take on AshGold and Liberty Professionals tomorrow, the Ghana Premier League made an intriguing comeback this midweek with leaders Aduana Stars edging WAFA by a lone goal for sole command of the top spot.

  • Ghana Premier League leading side, Aduana Stars, improved their odds of winning this year’s title with an impressive 4-1 obliteration of their hosts – Bolga All Stars - to maintain their 4points advantage at the helm as Week 28 came to an end this Sunday.

  • Penultimate matches of the 2016/17 Ghana Premier League season will come on as scheduled tomorrow with Aduana Stars poised to haul in their second Ghana Premier League title in club history.

  • Penultimate matches of the 2016/17 Ghana Premier League season came on as scheduled this afternoon with league leaders – Aduana Stars – avoiding the upset at home, as they roared back from a goal down for the win, and the Premier League title with a game to go.

  • Season ending matches for this year’s edition of the Ghana Premier League will come on this Sunday with all the intrigue on the bottom half of the Premier League table, as the relegation drama heads off into a photo finish with Accra Gt. Olympics and Tema Youth hoping to stave off looming relegation in the Brong Ahafo Region, as guests of Bechem United, and Berekum Chelsea respectively.

  • Ghana Premier League leaders – Aduana Stars – continued their assault on this year’s title with an impressive 2-1 road win over Inter Allies, the first home loss of the season for the latter at the El Wak Sports Stadium this past Saturday as they came from a goal down for the full spoils to keep hope alive for their maiden title as they opened a 2point advantage over close contenders Asante Kotoko.

  • Week 8 of the Ghana Premier League will come on this weekend with six matches scheduled for Saturday. Struggling Hearts of Oak will host bitter rivals Asante Kotoko in the first leg of this year’s ‘Super Clash’ on Sunday. Inter Allies and Tema Youth will round off the Week on Monday.

  • Week 9 of the Ghana Premier kicked off as scheduled this past Saturday with Cape Coast Elmina Sharks failing to break into the ranks of the top-four as they were held to a 1-1 tie by visiting Liberty Professionals who were pleased with the earned road point.

  • Undefeated League leaders – Aduana Stars – will more than likely retain their 2point advantage atop the log as they take on troubled Medeama SC at home in Week 7 of the Ghana Premier League this Wednesday.

  • With just seven matches to the end of the 2015/16 Ghana Premier League season and no clear favorite yet to win the title, the league continues to generate some striking records and statistics.

  • With just two games to the end of the 2016/17 Ghana Premier League football season, the relegation avoidance battle seems to be headed for another photo finish, with three teams from the nation’s capital caught up in the looming relegation web.

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