Hearts of Oak drew 2-2 against Semassi fc on Sunday in Lome in Togo in an international friendly game
Hearts of Oak broke the deadlock of the game through Paul Acquah in the first half, before Semassi got the equalizer to end the half.
Hearts again shot into the lead in the second half through young sensational player, Isaac Oduro, but the home team fought back gallantly to snatch victory out of the hands of the Ghanaian giant.
Kotoko also attained a draw against Semassi in Sokode and later won the return leg in Kumasi by two goals to one.
The Ghana Premier has been on hibernation since June 2014, following the end f the 2013-14 GPL season, as a result of the court action between relegated King Faisal and the Ghana Football Association (GFA).
Hearts of Oak placed third last season, however they have decided to represent Ghana in the CAF Confederations Cup, after Heart of Lions, who finished 2nd last season rescinded their decision not to go to Africa.