Inter Allies will make a trip to the Ashanti Region as guests of Ashanti Gold in the First Capital Plus Premier League week 13 fixture.
The game is slated for Saturday, 11th April at the Len Clay Stadium the home of the hosts. The match will be televised live on TV on SuperSport 9 on DSTV.
Referee: Seidu Bomison
Assistant 1: Eric Nantiere
Assistant 2: Isaka B. Alhasan
Fourth Official: Nuhu Liman
Match Commissioner: GT KSK Inkum
First choice goalkeeper Osei Kwame has been ruled out of the game after he injured his right knee on Wednesday in training.
Vice captain/defender Baba Mensah will also miss the match as he joins the U-23 for the upcoming All Africa Games qualifier against Mozambique.
Ropapa Mensah who scored the first goal against Hearts of Oak will also miss this match with a foot injury he sustained at national U-23 camp.
Available for this game is captain Joseph Aidoo who will wear Inter Allies jersey for the first time since he left for the African Youth Championship with the Black Satellites.
He returned with a knee injury but has been healed and cleared fit for the game.
Edward Adjaklo has gotten his maiden call up to the premier squad and could make his debut in this year’s league after a fantastic display against Proud United in the FA Cup last Sunday.
Ashanti Gold have never beaten Inter Allies in the league and the ‘Eleven Is To One’ hope to continue their unbeaten run against the miners.
The last time both sides met at this venue, the game ended 1-1 with Abdul Fatawu Safiu getting a very late equaliser.
2013/14 Season – First Round
1. Inter Allies 2-0 AshGold (Prosper Kasim & Denis Agyare) -Tema
2. AshGold 1-1 Inter Allies (Abdul Fatawu Safiu) – Obuasi
AshGold have won two of their last three home games with a draw, conceding three and scoring five.
AshGold Last Five Games:
1. New Edubiase 2-3 W (A)
2. Heart of Lions 2-2 D (H)
3. Aduana Stars 1-0 L (A)
4. Hasaacas 1-0 W (H)
5. B.A. United 1-0 L (A)
Inter Allies have recorded a single win in their last three away games with two defeats, scoring three and conceding four.
Inter Allies Last Five Games:
1. Hasaacas 2-1 L (A)
2. B.A. United 2-0 W (H)
3. Olympics 1-0 W (A)
4. All Stars 2-1 L (A)
5. Hearts of Oak W (H)