Asante Kotoko will hope to keep their winning form untainted when they return to action on matchday eight of the Ghana Premier League on Wednesday.
The Porcupine Warriors have secured back-to-back wins against Liberty Professionals and Real 24 Hours in the topflight and the FA Cup respectively, and will hope to be third time lucky when they play as guests to third-placed Dreams FC at the Dawu Park.
Second-placed Hearts of Oak, however, are winless in their last three games in all competitions, and will as much eye a first victory in recent times when they welcome Wafa to the Accra Sports Stadium.
Wa All Stars will hope to consolidate their lead at the top of the league table with three points in their trip to Bechem United, as Ebusua Dwarfs lock horns with Techiman City at the Cape Coast Robert Mensah Stadium.
Daniel Laryea will be the central referee when New Edubiase clashes with reigning champions Ashanti Gold at the Obuasi Len Clay Stadium.
Hasaacas will hope to follow up on last week’s defeat of Medeama with victory over Aduana Stars in away fixture at Dormaa.
And at the Carl Reindorf Park in Dansoman, Liberty Professionals will play as hosts to fourth-positioned Berekum Chelsea.
Medeama’s game with Inter Allies has, however, been rescheduled due to the Yellow and Mauves’ Caf Confederations Cup encounter with Sudanese side El Ahly Shandi on Wednesday.
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