Wednesday’s 3:00pm kick off at the Accra Sports Stadium gives coach Prince Owusu and Inter Allies the opportunity to stretch their unbeaten run against Great Olympics in the Premier League.

The “Eleven Is To One” have the chance to bounce back to winning after recording back-to-back defeats against Wa All Stars and Aduana Stars and in the quest to climb up on the league table after a difficult start to the season.

Inter Allies sit a place above the relegation zone (14th) with 5 points with their next opponents lying pretty cool at the bottom of the table with 2 points after six games.

Competition: Ghana Premier League (2016/17) – Week 7
Date: Wednesday 15th March, 2017
Time: 3:00pm GMT
Venue: Accra Sports Stadium
Broadcast: There will be no Live TV broadcast but radio commentary across the country.

Referee: Alex Nsiah
Assistant 1: Ashittey Amarh
Assistant 2: Ashong Ibrahim
Fourth Official: Solomon Mordey
Match Commissioner: Kojo Yankah

Midfielder Isaac Twum has recovered from a slight knock he sustained during Aduana Stars’ game on Sunday and has been passed fit for the game.

Defender Uriah Kporvi is also recovering well from his injury, he will miss the game.

Both sides will meet for the third time, having met only twice in the Ghana Premier League with the ‘Eleven Is To One’ winning both games.

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.

The last time both sides met at the Accra Sports Stadium, Sheriff Deo Mohammed’s first half header was enough to win 1-0 for Inter Allies in the 2014/15 season.

2014/15 Season:
1. Great Olympics 0-1 Inter Allies (Sheriff Deo Mohammed) – Accra

2. Inter Allies 1-0 Great Olympics (Sheriff Deo Mohammed) – Tema

2016/17 Season:
3. Great Olympics ?–? Inter Allies

Great Olympics have recorded just a clean sheet playing in their own backyard and failed to score in a game in the 3 games they’ve played at the Accra Sports Stadium.

Conversely, Inter Allies have failed to score in 2 of their 3 away games played this season and have not kept a clean sheet in the process.

Great Olympics last five games:
1. Great Olympics 2-2 Elmina Sharks
2. Bolga All Stars 1-0 Great Olympics
3. Great Olympics 1-3 Bechem United
4. Great Olympics 0-0 WAFA
5. Hearts of Oak 2-1 Great Olympics

Inter Allies last five games:
1. Liberty Profs. 2-0 Inter Allies
2. Medeama SC 1-1 Inter Allies
3. Inter Allies 2-1 Ebusua Dwarfs
4. Wa All Stars 1-0 Inter Allies
5. Inter Allies 1-2 Aduana Stars

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