Inter Allies return to the El Wak Stadium in a must win game against Medeama SC.
The ‘Eleven Is To One’ will hope to bounce back to winning ways in a bid to retain Premier League status with a match against Medeama SC at the El Wak Stadium.
The crucial match on Sunday afte+ rnoon will play a very significant role of the Capelli Boys’ survival campaign, especially with three matches left.
Both sides have played 27 matches each, Inter Allies lie 14th with 33 points and the home team lie 8th on the league table with 38 points.
Competition: Ghana Premier League – Week 28
Date: Sunday 8th October, 2017
Time: 3:00pm GMT
Venue: El Wak Stadium
Broadcast: Not Live on TV
Referee: William Agbovi
Assistant 1: Theresah Akongyaw
Assistant 2: Shine Ayitey
4th Official: Justice A. Poku
Match Commissioner: A.A Lawal
There is a bit of good news, right back Paul Abanga has recovered from his injury and has been passed fit for the game, he missed the trip to Cape Coast in midweek.
Captain Isaac Twum will not feature in this game, he earned his maiden call up to the Ghana senior national team and currently in camp for the AFCON qualifier against Uganda.
Striker Dan Amanfo remain doubtful for this game as he continue to nurse his respective injury.
Both sides will meet for the eighth time on Sunday, having met seven times in the Ghana Premier League with the ‘Eleven Is To One’ winning twice, losing twice with three draws.
The Capelli Boys have never beaten Ebusua Dwarfs at their home venue of Inter Allies and the Capelli Boys would only hope to break the jinx on Wednesday.
The last time both sides met at the home grounds of Inter Allies, Gockel Ahortor’s free kick earned Allies a point in a 1-1 draw game at the Tema Sports last season.
1. Medeama SC 0-1 Inter Allies
2. Inter Allies 2-2 Medeama SC
3. Inter Allies 2-0 Medeama SC
4. Medeama SC 2-1 Inter Allies
5. Medeama SC 1-0 Inter Allies
6. Inter Allies 1-1 Medeama SC
5. Medeama SC 1-1 Inter Allies
6. Inter Allies ?-? Medeama SC
STATS and FORM GUIDE:
Played in 13 home games, Inter Allies have accumulated 27 points at the El Wak Stadium so far, conceding 5 goals and scoring 14 in the process.
They have also had 9 clean sheets from 8 wins, 3 draws and 2 defeats at home in this season’s campaign, failing to score on 3 occasions at home.
Conversely, Medeam SC have scored 11 times and conceded 18 away goals, they’ve also failed to score 8 times in the 13 away games played so far.
They have recorded 2 wins, 5 draws and 6 defeats in their 13 away games played this season with 3 clean sheets accumulating 11 points.
Inter Allies last 5 league games:
1. Tema Youth 3-1 Inter Allies
2. Inter Allies 0–1 Great Olympics
3. Aduana Stars 1-0 Inter Allies
4. Inter Allies 0-0 Wa All Stars
5. Ebusua Dwarfs 3-1 Inter Allies
Medeama SC last 5 league games:
1. Medeama SC 0-0 Aduana Stars
2. Wa All Stars 3-0 Medeama SC
3. Medeama SC 3-1 Ebusua Dawrfs
4. Asante Kotoko 1-0 Medeama SC
5. Medeama SC 1-2 Liberty Professionals