Godwin Attram, ex-Black Stars player has indicated that his side need to earn a respectable score line against the pregnable Aduana Stars at home, if they want a continued stay in the Ghana Premier League.
Aduana Stars host the Wonder Club on match day 27 of the First Capital Plus Premier league on Sunday at the Nana Agyemeng Badu II Park, Dormaa.
The Dormaa lads are trailing league leaders Ashgold by a point and a win will enable them keep the momentum in their bid to snatch the league title out of the hands of the Miners once again and can’t afford to drop a point at their favourite terrain.
However, Gt. Olympics, who are also determined to beat relegation, will have to secure a point to mainta their survival hopes.
Godwin Attram, who is one of the veteran players to make a return to the Wonder club, has expressed how crucial the game is describing it as a “do and die” affair.
“Our performance has improved. Our next game is against Aduana Stars at Dormaa and that game is a do and die affair.
“Aduana Stars want to win the league, so will enter into the game with all the seriousness it deserves and if Olympics also want to survive in the league, then we should earn a respectable score line,” he told Metro fm.
Aduana Stars have the best home record in the ongoing league having dropped just 2 points, which happened in their game against Liberty Professionals.
Olympics last travel was a one all draw against Hasaacas in Sekondi.