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MATCH PREVIEW: MEDEAMA VS HEARTS


Medeama vs Hearts

Medeama SC will hope to continue their perfect start of the league by inflicting more pains on the Accra giants, Hearts of Oak.

Their heavy win away in Match Day 1 has definitely motivated the Yellow and Mauve side to win again against a side like Hearts whose off the pitch problems seem not to have an end.

Medeama are a strong side at home, it is hardly to see the Tarkwa boys losing games at home even though, a number of times have seen them lossing points to big gangs like Hearts and Kotoko.

With Albert Gaisie, Prince Opoku and Joseph Cudjoe all getting their names on the scoring sheet in a massive win against Ebusua Dwarfs you can best say, Medeama will definitely up for more goals at home this afternoon. Medeama plays with energy and are able to posses the ball for long.

Hearts begun the season poorly with a defeat to Berekum Chelsea still hunting the fans as well. Only few of Hearts fans can still have hopes of getting all the three points at Tarkwa as they did in 2016. Hearts cannot be underrated for whatever reason, the times when expectations are low, they pull up the surprises, and this certainly can be one.

Hearts will look forward to exploit all angles to win for their fans, with the issues of sacking Kim Grant and having the assistant coach to steer the affairs of the team will see some changes in Hearts camp, but this can't be a wrong change for the Phobians as they really need this win to stay relevance in the league.

I do think  Hearts will not give up at the Akoon park, they will fight for glory and earn the love from their fans back, Hearts will have to win this match to buy the bus their fans have been seeking for the team.

Take both teams to score in today's game at the Tarkwa Akoon park.

HEAD TO HEAD

Medeama and Hearts have played 9 times in Tarkwa with the home side winning 5 in those outings.

Medeama has involved in a multiples of goals at home than any visiting team when in the league.

Hearts has won just once in the 9 times they have played here, with only 3 resulting in a draw.

Only Kenichi Yatuhashi has guided Hearts to a win in the last 9 games at the Akoon park since 2016.

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