Sunday’s 3:00pm kick off at the Tema Sports Stadium gives Paa Kwesi Fabin and Inter Allies the opportunity to stretch their unbeaten run in the second round.
The “Eleven Is To One” have the chance to claim back-to-back wins for the first time since March and in the quest to climb up on the league table.
Inter Allies are hopeful of beating Olympics after breaking seven games winless streak against Wa All Stars last week and complete a double over their regional rivals.
Olympics captain Godwin Attram on Oman FM: “We are ready for the game. We’ll go into the game on Sunday with readiness.”
“They (Inter Allies) feel they are in tune for the game so we will see what happens at the end of the day.”
COMPETITION: First Capital Plus Premier League (2014/15) – Week 21
DATE: Sunday, 5th July, 2015
TIME: 3:00pm local time (15:15GMT)
VENUE: Tema Sports Stadium
BROADCAST: There will be no Live TV broadcast but radio commentary across the country.
Referee: Patrick Kyeremanteng
Assistant 1: Eric O. Mensah
Assistant 2: Richard Appiah
Fourth Referee: Ali Alhassan
Match Commissioner: G.A. Umar Teni
Striker Eliasu Fuseini has recovered from a slight knock he sustained during Hearts of Oak’s game two weeks ago and has been passed fit for the game.
Fullback Ibrahim Alhassan and midfielder Abass Mohammed are also recovering well from their respective injuries, they will miss the game.
Striker Sulley Mohammed has recovered from a thigh injury and could be available for the next match, with Sunday’s game described by the medics as too early for his return.
Both sides will meet for the second time, having met in the reverse fixture at the Accra Sports Stadium where Inter Allies beat Olympics 1-0 thanks to Sheriff Mohammed.
Great Olympics 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 their regional rivals.
1. First Round 2014/15 Season:
Great Olympics 0-1 Inter Allies (Sheriff Mohammed) – Accra
2. Second Round 2014/15 Season:
Inter Allies ?-? Great Olympics – Tema
FORM GUIDE and STATS:
After both sides playing 20 games each (10 home and 10 away) Inter Allies are on top of Great Olympics on the the league table.
The “Eleven Is To One” have accumulated 27 points and lie 10th whiles the visitors are in the drop zone with 22 points, 15th on the league log.
Inter Allies have recorded 6 clean sheets when playing in their own backyard and only failed to score in 2 games in the 10 games played at the Tema Sports stadium.
Conversely, Olympics have failed to score in 7 of their 10 away games and have kept only 3 clean sheets in the process.
Great Olympics last five games:
1. New Edubiase 0-0 Olympics
2. Hearts of Oak 1-0 Olympics
3. Olympics 2-3 Asante Kotoko
4. All Stars 2-0 Olympics
5. Olympics 1-0 Liberty
Inter Allies last five games:
1. Inter Allies 1-1 Berekum Chelsea
2. WAFA 1-1 Inter Allies
3. Inter Allies 1-1 AshantiGold
4. Hearts of Oak 0-0 Inter Allies
5. Inter Allies 1-0 All Stars