Accra, Oct. 24, GNA - The clash between Sekondi Hasaacas and Kumasi Asante Kotoko at the Sekondi Gyandu Park will be the centre of attraction on Wednesday, as the mid-week GT Premiership continues at all the league centres.
Kotoko who are on top of the table with a point advantage over their closest rivals would have a daunting task at the Gyandu Park in their bid to maintain their hold on the championship, while Hasaacas who suffered a humiliating 3-0 defeat at the hands of struggling Okwawu United in the last league game will be seeking to pick the maximum points at stake to avoid any slip into the relegation blues.
The situation therefore puts the stakes so high thus making the encounter a nerve wracking one, but Kotoko looks the favourites as their determination to claim the 2005 trophy will be the major motivating factor that will spur them on to victory, even though Hasaacas will be out to cause havoc.
The game between Berekum Arsenals and Ashgold at Berekum is obviously the next attraction on the ladder as the teams challenge for the top most matches for the mid-week.
Judging from the records of Arsenals at their favourite Golden City Park, one could easily assume that the miners will not come out of the game unscathed though any slip by them will spell their doom as they stand the risk of slipping into the relegation zone. Wounded King Faisal who have had their championship aspirations dampened will definitely be out to worsen the plight of relegation threatened Okwawu United as they welcome them to the Baba Yara Sports Stadium in Kumasi.
Real Sportive will continue their impressive form at the Tema Sports Stadium and this time round another relegation threatened side Ebusua Dwarfs will surely be their next victim.
At the Swedru Stadium, Gomoa Fetteh Feyenoord will play host to Kpando Heart of Lions while relegation bound Kade Hotspurs welcome Power FC at Kade.
Accra Hearts of Oak seem to have been handed an easy pay day when they battle Tano Bofoakwa at the Ohene Djan Sports Stadium in Accra with Real Tamale United (RTU) seeking revenge when they host Dansoman-based Liberty Professionals at the Tamale Kaladan stadium.