Inter Allies will hope to maintain their unbeaten run in the second round of the First Capital Plus Premier League when they host Sekondi Hasaacas at the Tema Sports Stadium in midweek.

Coach Paa Kwesi Fabin’s side have enjoyed a good run in the country’s topflight football going seven games unbeaten, four draws and three wins.

After 22 matches played each (11 home and 11 away) Inter Allies have 33 points (4th) and Hasaacas have 32 points (7th).

The “Eleven Is To One” will hope to keep the winning momentum with a possible win on Wednesday afternoon.

The visitors who are just a point behind Inter Allies will also hope to grab a win after they won their last away game against Hearts of Oak in Accra.

Hasaacas are also in search for a possible win as they wish to climb higher on the league log.


Referee: O.B Amankwa
Assistant 1 : Dawood Ouedrago
Assistant 2 : Mutala Mohammed
Fourth Official: Reginald Lathridge
Match Commissioner: Francis Dogbatse


COMPETITION: First Capital Plus Premier League (2014/15) – Week 22
DATE: Wednesday, 22nd 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.


Abass Mohammed has recovered from a slight knock he sustained during Hearts of Oak’s game three weeks ago and has been passed fit for the game.

Fullback Ibrahim Alhassan is recovering well from his injury he sustained during Olympics game in the Elite Cup, he will miss the game.

On the other hand, Hasaacas have received a big boost with the return of their head coach Yussif Bassigi from Black Queens as he missed their previous game.


Both sides have met three times in the Ghana Premier League, Inter Allies have won one with Hasaacas winning two.

The last time both sides played at the Tema Sports Stadium, Inter Allies won two-nil thanks Talla Ndiaye and Abdul Fatawu Safiu in the second round of last season.

1. 2013/14 Season – First Round:
Hasaacas 1-0 Inter Allies – Sekondi

2. 2013/14 Season – Second Round:
Inter Allies 2-0 Hasaacas (Talla Ndiaye and Abdul Fatawu Safiu)

3. 2014/15 Season – First Round:
Hasaacas 2-1 Inter Allies (Fuseini Eliasu) – Sekondi

4. 2014/15 Season – Second Round:
Inter Allies ?-? Hasaacas – Tema

After 11 games played at the Tema Sports Stadium this season, Inter Allies have won 7 games, 1 defeat and 3 draws scoring 14 and conceding only 4 in the process.

The “Eleven Is To One” have failed to score only twice when playing home in the 11 games played.

Conversely, Hasaacas have played 11 away matches this season. They have managed only a single win with one clean sheet conceding 19 goals and have scored 6.

They have failed to score in 7 of the 11 away games played .

Inter Allies last 5 games:
1. BA United 0-2 Inter Allies
2. Inter Allies 1-0 Olympics
3. Inter Allies 1-0 All Stars
4. Hearts 0-0 Inter Allies
5. Inter Allies 1-1 AshGold

Hasaacas last 5 games:
1. Hasaacas 1-1 All Stars
2. Hearts 0-1 Hasaacas
3. Hasaacas 2-0 AshGold
4. WAFA 4-1 Hasaacas
5. Hasaacas 2-0 Chelsea

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