Inter Allies will embark on a trip to the Volta Region to lock horns with Kpando Heart of Lions on Saturday 7th January 2015.
The Eleven Is To One is in search of their first away win of the campaign and coach Paa Kwesi Fabin insists it will be a difficult task against a side who will be expecting victory.
Kick Off: 3:00pm
Venue: Kpando Park
Referee: Patrick Kyeremanteng
Assistant 1: Eric Owusu Mensah
Assistant 2: Mutala Mohamed
4th Official: Ernest Baafi
Match Commissioner: W.O. William Amoo
Striker Elliasu Fuseini with a first call up joins 18 others to camp, Burkina Faso international Youssouf Kabore has been dropped from the squad for the first time this season.
Full-backs Stephen Owusu Ansah and Ibrahim Alhassan are out of this game as they continue to recover from their respective injuries.
Striker Sulley Mohammed and midfielder Niare Benogo have also been ruled out due to illness.
Both sides have met twice in the Ghana Premier League (2013/14 season). The Kpando boys scooped four points (home and away) from the Eleven Is To One and are yet to lose a game against us.
First Round – 2013/14
1. Inter Allies 1-2 Heart of Lions (Dennis Agyari Antwi) – Tema.
Second Round – 2013/14
2. Heart of Lions 2-2 Inter Allies (Sheriff Deo Mohammed and Talla Ndiaye) – Kpando
Lions have won two games, one draw and lost twice in five games just as Inter Allies as both clubs have 7 points each.
Heart of Lions last five games:
1. New Edubiase 2-0 W (H)
2. Great Olympics 3-2 L (A)
3. Aduana Stars 1-0 L (A)
4. Hasaacas 2-0 W (H)
5. BA United 1-1 D (A)
Inter Allies last five games:
1. Medeama SC 2-0 W (H)
2. Bechem United 1-0 L (A)
3. Liberty Professionals 0-0 D (H)
4. Asante Kotoko 1-0 L (A)
5. New Edubiase 2-0 W (H)