Sensational Kumasi Asante Kotoko will be looking forward to celebrating the New Year in grand style when they travel to Obuasi to attempt snatching the three vital points from city rivals, King Faisal, tomorrow.
As both teams try to clinch a first win in this New Year, this encounter is expected to be a do-or-die affair.
Accra Hearts of Oak, after firing coach Karim Zito, travel to Swedru to face All Blacks.
The defending champions, having struggled to win matches so far, will be hoping to breathe a new lease of life this year by finding their winning ways.
At Abrankese, Kessben play host to Arsenal in a game which can see the debutantes giving the visitors a stiff opposition, considering their impressive form so far in the league.
Kpando Heart of Lions will hope to salvage an away point when they travel to Cape Coast to face Tema Youth. With their confidence boosted after holding Hearts to a 1-1 draw in their backyard last Sunday, Tema Youth are expected to bag the three points at stake.
After a disappointing 2-1 loss to Ashantigold at the Carl Reindorf Park last Sunday, Zaytuna's fate hangs in the balance again when they travel to Sekondi to play Hasaacas in another tough game.
Ashantigold are fired up to present a New Year bouquet to their fans in their 'grand homecoming' as they return to the Obuasi Len Clay Stadium to attempt a demolishing exercise on Wa All Stars.
Playing for the first time this season at Obuasi, Ashantigold will go all out to silence visiting All Stars.
At the El-Wak Stadium, Olympics will get the opportunity to clinch their first victory in the premiership after seven weeks when they host Real Sportive.
Preview by Peter Sarbah