The venue will be the Robert Mensah Sports Stadium in Cape Coast on the final day of the Premier League on Wednesday, June 4.
Inter Allies can breathe a sigh of relief ahead of their last First Capital Plus Premier League match against Ebusua Dwarfs on Wednesday after the ‘Eleven Is To One’ boys retained their Premiership status on Sunday, June 1.
Inter Allies who defeated Aduana Stars on Sunday to confirm their stay in next season’s competition will travel to Cape Coast to face Ebusua Dwarfs who have been relegated from the league with one game in hand.
Having reclaimed the premiership status for next season, Inter Allies will look to finish the season on the high on their visit to Cape Coast with a positive result against Ebusua Dwarfs to spur them for the MTN FA Cup final against league winners Asante Kotoko on Sunday.
Talla Ndiaye made a return to training on Monday and Tuesday recovering from injury but coach Herbert Addo feels the Wednesday’s game is too early for him.
Vice Captain Joseph Aidoo who has had over 25 matches this season is also ruled out with a toe injury he sustained on Sunday.
Young midfielder Lawson Sabah will also miss the trip to Cape Coast suffering from illness.
Dawrfs who drew goalless with Hasaacas on Sunday lie second from bottom (15th) on the league table with 34 points have been relegated and will have nothing to lose in the game.
They have a fantastic record of six wins, two draws and a defeat in their last nine games, if records are anything to go by then it will be a tough encounter.
A win for Inter Allies could mean a great chance of finishing the league in the top four.
Head-To-Head in the league:
First round in Tema: Inter Allies 0-2 Ebusua Dwarfs in Tema.