Ghana Premier League Week 10 Review

Published on: 01 May 2016
Ghana Premier League Week 10  Review
Wa All Stars

The Wa-based side’s lead at the top of the table has been thrown in danger as a win for Hearts on Monday will bring the Phobians back in control

Wa All Stars’s reign at the top of the Ghana Premier League could come crushing on Monday following a defeat to Medeama in week 10 on Sunday.

Benjamin Bature’s 60th minute effort handed Enos Kwame Adipah’s side a 1-0 away defeat at the Tarkwa T&A Park.

Two points adrift of All Stars on the standings, second-placed Hearts of Oak could cash in on the situation, as a win over Asante Kotoko in Monday’s Super Clash at the Accra Sports Stadium will move them a point ahead on the table.

Wafa’s poor away form continues after falling 2-0 to Bechem United at the Bechem Park, Aminu Mohammed and Francis Afriyie scoring for the home side.

At the Cape Coast Robert Mensah Stadium, Nuhu Fuseini opened the scoring for visitors Ashanti Gold, but Michael Insaidoo scored later to rescue a point for bottom-placed Dwarfs in a 1-1 stalemate.

Dreams FC are back to winning ways after two successive losses with a 2-1 defeat of Sekondi Hasaacas at the Dawu Park. Godfred Asante and Eric Gawu gave the newly-promoted a two-goal lead before Eric Bekoe halved the deficit.

Latif Blessing and Edward Ebo Mends were on target for Liberty Professionals but their goals were not enough to save the Scientific Soccer Lads from a 3-2 home defeat to Aduana Stars at the Dansoman Cal Reindorf Park. Zakaria Mumuni, Yahaya Mohammed and Derek Sasraku all found the back of the net to give the away side all three points.

Berekum Chelsea will have to wait until week 11 to search for a first away win of the season after falling 2-1 to New Edubiase at the Obuasi Len Clay Stadium. Abdul Wahab Annan found the match winner after Seth Appiah had cancelled out a Prince Agyemang opener for the home side.

Techiman City grabbed a point in their trip to the Tema Park after holding Inter Allies to a 1-1 draw. Isaac Baah deflected an Evans Mensah cross into his own net to give Allies the lead before Ebenezer Agyapong hit back for the Premier League new boys.

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