Inter Allies will look to register three consecutive wins in the First Capital Plus Premier League when the “Eleven Is To One” play as guests of BA United.
The match was supposed to be played at the Sunyani Coronation Park but due to United’s one match home ban, the game has been slated for the Accra Sports Stadium.
This will see the “Eleven Is To One” make a short trip to the capital’s stadium with hope to clinch a second away win this season.
BA United will also want to win in the quest to rescue themselves from relegation, making the clash a mouthwatering encounter.
Referee: Prince Amoah
Assistant 1: Effah Tetteh
Assistant 2: Richard Kotey
Fourth Referee: Samuel Gyasi
Match Commissioner: Samuel Ansah Aboagye
COMPETITION: First Capital Plus Premier League (2014/15) – Week 22
DATE: Saturday, 18th July, 2015
TIME: 3:00pm local time (15:00GMT)
VENUE: Accra Sports Stadium
BROADCAST: There will be no Live TV coverage but radio commentary across the country.
Fullback Edward Adjaklo has been ruled out with an ankle injury and will miss the match.
Also, Chika Onu who got injured against Great Olympics in the Elite Cup in Accra has also been ruled out with a knee injury.
Midfielder Abass Mohammed has recovered from a thigh injury and could be available for the next match, with Saturday’s game described by the medics as too early for his return.
Forward Edward Allan Sherra gets into the squad for the match after exhibiting an impressive performance against Olympics in the Elite Cup.
Both sides will meet for the second time, having met in the reverse fixture at the Tema Sports Stadium where Inter Allies beat BA United 2-0 thanks to Niare Benogo and Sheriff Deo Mohammed.
United have never beaten the “Eleven Is To One” in the league and Inter Allies would only hope to hold on to the perfect record against them.
1. First Round 2014/15 Season:
Inter Allies 2-0 BA United (Niare Benogo and Sheriff Mohammed) – Tema
2. Second Round 2014/15 Season:
BA United ?-? Inter Allies – Accra
FORM GUIDE and STATS:
After both sides playing 21 games each Inter Allies are on top of BA United on the the league table.
The “Eleven Is To One” have accumulated 30 points and lie 7th while BA United are bottom of the league table with 17 points, 16th on the league log.
Inter Allies have recorded 3 clean sheets when playing away from home and failed to score in 5 of the 10 games played away from the Tema Sports stadium.
Conversely, BA United have failed to score only once in their 10 home games played so far and have kept 3 clean sheets in the process.
BA United last five games:
1. Wa All Stars 0-0 BA United
2. BA United 1-1 Hearts of Oak
3. Ashanti Gold 4-1 BA United
4. BA United 1-1 WAFA
5. Berekum Chelsea 2-0 BA United
Inter Allies last five games:
1. Inter Allies 1-0 Great Olympics
2. Inter Allies 1-0 Wa All Stars
3. Hearts of Oak 0-0 Inter Allies
4. Inter Allies 1-1 Ashanti Gold
5. WAFA 1-1 Inter Allies