The ‘Eleven Is To One’ will make a short trip to the Carl Reindoff Park in Dansoman for the Ghana Premier League week 2 fixture.
It’s a Greater Accra Derby and both sides are eager to grab all three maximum points to position themselves well on the league table.
Liberty need the points so badly after losing their first game 2-0 to Bechem United in Bechem, Inter Allies also need three points to maintain their 100% win rate this season.
After match day one, Liberty Professionals have no points from their opening game and and lie 14th on the league table.
On the other hand, the ‘Eleven Is To One’ lie 3rd with 3 points on the league log after beating Aduana Stars 2-0 last Sunday in Tema.
Competition: Ghana Premier League (Week 2)
Venue: Carl Reindoff Park, Dansoman
Date: Sunday 28th February, 2016
Time: 3:00pm (15:00GMT)
Broadcast: No live television coverage, but radio commentary will be available.
Referee: Samuel Gyasi
Assistant 1: Ben Samari
Assistant 2: Richard Kotey
4thReferee: Emmanuel Ofei
Match Commissioner: Kweku Eyiah
Prince Barrie (Sierra Leone), Kingsley Nnamdi (Nigeria) and Michael Touray (Gambia) are in contention to make their Ghana Premier League debuts on Sunday.
Kwame Osei, Abass Mohammed and Emmanuel Nettey have been ruled out of this match as they failed to pass fitness test after they got injured from the first game.
Both sides have met four times in the country’s topflight football. Inter Allies have won twice from the four games played, drawn once and lost once.
Liberty have conceded three times and scored just twice against the Eleven Is To One.
The last time both sides met at the Carl Reindoff, 10-man Inter Allies lost by a goal to nil.
1. Liberty 0-1 Inter Allies (Denis Egyir) – Dansoman
2. Inter Allies 2-1 Liberty (Niare Benogo and Prosper Kasim) – Tema
3. Inter Allies 0-0 Liberty – Tema
4. Liberty 1-0 Inter Allies – Dansoman