PREVIEW: Elmina Sharks vs Ashanti Gold SC- Top table battle to define clubs season Featured
05 May

PREVIEW: Elmina Sharks vs Ashanti Gold SC- Top table battle to define clubs season

Elmina Sharks warmly invite league leaders, Obuasi Ashanti Gold SC to the Nduom Sports Complex for their Match Day Twelve fixture in the Ghana Premier League.
A clash that will truly define the purpose of both clubs season as they occur to be at the top four position after eleven games which give reasons to believe its the match of this weekend round of games.
After surrendering a three goal lead during the midweek against Bechem United to draw 3-3 late in the game, Elmina Sharks will walk into the Nduom pitch with the mentality of not giving out any points against Ashanti Gold who have not been exceptional on the road since beating Hearts of Oak on Match Day Two at Cape Coast.
It's only four points that separates both sides on the league log and a win for any of the side will mean and give a refined dynamics to how they will stand on the table before their subsequent games.
Elmina Sharks accounted for Eleven Wonders the last time they played at the Nduom Sports Complex and will be on a run to beat Ashanti Gold who lost their last away game to Medeama SC at Tarkwa.
Experienced Tanko Mohammed didn't travel with the team to Bechem during the weekend but should be available for this encounter with Richard Mpong and Benjamin Tweneboah who have given the team a lifeline still in the team.
Samed Ibrahim will likely be out for Ashanti Gold with a knock as Habib Mohammed has slotted in so well to pair Richard Agyemang Osei at the center half for The Miners.
This encounter promises to exploit, arguably, the best tactical brains in the league so far between Yaw Acheampong of Elmina Sharks and C.K. Akornnor of Ashanti Gold SC.
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