After a spirited comeback from two goals down to draw 2-2 with Dreams FC on Sunday, Medeama SC will play host to West African Football Academy.
Medeama SC are 11th positioned on the league table with two games to spare due their continental assignments.
They are boastful of having a full strength squad ahead of Wednesday’sfixture against the Academy side.
Muntari Tagoe is expected back in the starting list of the Yellow and Mauves .
He was an unused substitute against Dreams FC last Sunday.
Centre back Daniel Amoah and left back Moses Amponsah Sarpong have returned from the national U20 camp and are available for selection.
West African Football Academy edged newbies Techiman City FC as 1-0 victors at the Sogakope park last weekend.
The Academy boys will miss duo Majeed Ashimeru and Samuel Tetteh against Medeama SC.
Majeed Ashimeru is in the recovery process after undergoing a knee surgery few weeks ago.
Samuel Tetteh couldn’t travel with the other squad to Tarkwa due some petty issues.
Charles Boateng is back from his international engagement with the Ghana U20 national team last Sunday.
Head to Head
Total matches played = 2
Medeama SC wins = 1
Drawn games = 0
West Africa Football Academy wins = 1
*Medeama SC have won only two of their last five matches in the premier league.
(W2 D1 L2)
*WAFA SC have lost just one of their last seven premier league fixtures.
(W2 D4 L1)
*Medeama SC have lost only one of their last twenty five home games in the premier league.
(W17 D7 L1)
*WAFA SC are winless in their last twenty premier league outings.
(W0 D2 L10)
*Medeama SC won all of the two matches played against WAFA SC in all competitions last season at the Tarkwa and Aboaso park.
*The Academy club have scored just three goals in their last twelve premier league travels.
*Medeama SC have kept three clean sheets out of five home matches in the premiership this term.
*WAFA SC have conceded in each of their last fourteen away fixtures in the premier league.
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