Premiership action continues in midweek with seven games coming off on match-day-25 as one is scheduled for Thursday.
After defeats over the weekend, league leaders, Accra Hearts of Oak and defending champions, Kumasi Asante Kotoko are faced with an uphill task as they travel away games on Wednesday.
Table toppers, Hearts of Oak would be away to title contenders, AshantiGold at the Len Clay stadium.
The Miners, who are placed third on the standings, could close the gap at the top if they manage a win over the Phobians and with a game to spare.
At the Kpando park, Asante Kotoko's title defence would be put to test by the league's top scoring club, Heart of Lions.
Lions, lie at the fourth position and only two points separates Kotoko from them. With a place in continental football on the cards for them, they are expected to hand the Porcupine Warriors their second successive defeat.
In Ho, Accra Great Olympics would seek to continue with their surge up the standings when they welcome bottom-placed Power FC.
Real Sportive after their 0-2 away defeat over the weekend host Berekum Arsenals at the Robert Mensah stadium in Cape Coast.
King Faisal return to the Coronation park where they battle Gamba All Blacks.
Real Tamale United, who appear to be gradually plotting their way out of relegation travel down to the Swedru park to face Feyenoord Academy.
At the Gyandu park, Sekondi Hasaacas would be at home to Bofoakwa Tano.
On Thursday, Tema Youth and Liberty Professionals cap match-day-25 fixtures with their game at the Robert Mensah stadium in Cape Coast.