After a short break, premiership match action returns in mid-week as the season enters match-day-26.
Hearts of Oak maintain their six-point advantage over Asante Kotoko at the top, while the battle to avoid relegation by four other clubs is intensified.
Six games would come off on Wednesday while two matches are played the day after in the premiership which heads into the final stages.
Accra Hearts of Oak would have the chance to extend nine points clear at the top when they host Real Sportive to the Carl Reindorff park.
At the Swedru park, Heart of Lions would test the home invincibility of Gamba All Blacks when they battle the Black Magicians.
Real Tamale United would be at home to Sekondi Hasaacas at the Kaladan park where they would seek to plot their way out of relegation.
Just three points separate the Pride of the North from the bottom-placed side and a win could enhance RTU's chances of staying in the premiership.
In Sunyani, Bofoakwa Tano who are just a place above the bottom-placed side take on Great Olympics at the Coronation park.
Tema Youth would be away to Power FC who prop the table at the Ho sports stadium to round matches scheduled for Wednesday.
On Thursday, AshantiGold after their elimination from the CAF/MTN Champions League over the weekend have just one title now in sight, the league title.
But the Miners are eight points adrift the leaders - Hearts of Oak who play on Wednesday, and would need to win at the Carl Reindorff park when they line up against Liberty Professionals who risk missing out of a top four place as they are placed ninth on the table.
Kumasi Asante Kotoko would make the home debut at the Coronation park where they keep the title chase on as they seek to successfully defend their title even though they trail the leaders by six points.
The Porcupine Warriors would play Feyenoord Academy who are also plotting to escape relegation.