Hearts to open their first win against Ebusua Dwarfs in a tricky duel

Both teams have not been impressive since the start of the Ghana premier league, having played two matches and are yet to record a win.

The two teams may have one problem or the other, a reason they both find themselves at the bottom of the league log. The Accra Sports Stadium will serve as another venue to draw the line clear for all two teams this afternoon.

Hearts obviously are favourites coming into this game with an addition of former Liberty Professionals midfielder Frederick Ansah Botchway joining them.

Coach Edward Nii Odoom will have to vary his tactics and give a good account of recording a resounding win for the Phobians. Losing to Medeama 0-3 at Tarkwa in week 2 can be a nightmare, but a convincing win in today's game should be able to clear that defeat by the Yellow and Mauve team. Kofi Kordji and Joseph Essoh should be able to score to put Hearts on winning ways.

Reports circulating on social media have suggested a court in Cape Coast has ordered Ghana Football Association to expel Ebusua Dwarfs from its league. This reportage will definitely have an impact on the players, somehow, it can be said it is the reason for the poor performances so far for the 'Ebusua abontua bontua' boys.

Playing at the Accra Sports Stadium is not new to the Dwarfs team, of course Dwarfs have picked a draw here once, but taking into consideration how Hearts has fared so far in the league means Dwarfs must work hard to secure another draw even though, I doubt the possibility.

I will go for both teams to score, but will eye a win for the Phobians with regards to their poor show in the last two games.


Hearts have recorded a narrow win against Dwarfs here at the Accra Sports Stadium in the last two games played; 2016/17 and 2017/18 league season scoring 2-1 and 1-0 respectively.

Ebusua Dwarfs have managed a draw at the Accra Sports Stadium only once in the last 4 games, ensuring a 0-0 drawn game in the 2014/15 league season.

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