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14.03.2009 League Report

Hearts seek to open gap at the top

By Ghana FA
Hearts seek to open gap at the top

Smarting from their second league defeat that has seen their lead cut to four points, Hearts Oak will have another opportunity to restore a seven-point gap at the top of the Glo Premier League.

The Phobians play Sekondi Hasaacas at the Ohene Djan Stadium on Sunday as the premiership continues this weekend.

With Heart of Lions, Asante Kotoko, Team Youth and Eleven Wise all not playing this weekend, Hearts of Oak can open the gap as the matches involving the four sides have been rescheduled.

Kotoko who were billed to play Heart of Lions are involved in a CAF Champions League match at the Sekondi Sports Stadium, the same venue that Wise would have used in their league game against Tema Youth.

Still in the league, King Faisal will seek to maintain their winning run when they take on Sporting Mirren at the Baba Yara Stadium.

In Swedru, Gamba All Blacks take on Berekum Chelsea while All Stars visit Kessben FC at the Anane Boateng Park.

Real Tamale United travel to the Golden City Park to test the home invincibility of Berekum Arsenals, who have enjoyed an unbeaten home run in three seasons.

Bottom side, AshantiGold will attempt to restore some hope in their fight against relegation when they play Liberty Professionals at the Len Clay Staduim.

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