WAFA will welcome Accra Great Olympics in their third home encounter of the Ghana Premier League matchday five on Saturday afternoon.
Under head coach Guille, the Academy boys got off to a slow start in the new season. WAFA has only two points out of a possible nine after four games, putting them at the bottom of the league table. They lost 1-0 to King Faisal in their first game, but drew Accra Hearts of Oak in the second, and they’ll be hoping to rebound against Great Olympics after a 3-1 loss and a 2-2 tie in their last two meetings.
Annor Walker led Great Olympics have had a good start to the season, going four games without losing.
After being forced to a 1-1 draw by Real Tamale United in their first match, the wonder club thrashed Accra Lions 3-1 before edging out Legon Cities by a single goal. They came back from a goal down to draw 3-3 with Dreams FC in their fourth match.
Great Olympics will be hoping to keep their unbeaten streak going, while WAFA will be looking for their first win at home.
Both teams have no serious injuries and all players of both sides are available for selection
WAFA have scored 4 goals in their last 5 matches and are unbeaten in 8 home matches.
Great Olympics have scored 10 goals in their last five matches and have won their previous 2 matches against WAFA.
Bashiru Dauda will be the centre referee and will be assisted by Alhassan Abdul-Rauf and Richard Nartey. Ali Musah is the fourth referee and Moses Abaidoo-Mensah as match commissioner.
WAFA win / Both teams to score/ more than two goals / 2-1
Time 3:00pm (15:00GMT)
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Osei Kwadwo Bonsu(GK), Konadu Yiadom, John Tedeku, Ransford Darko, Mohammed Samed, Agyapong, Lawrence Agyekum, Faad Sana, Emmanuel Agyemang, Derrick Mensah Antwi, Justus Torsutsey
Accra Great Olympics
Gabriel Nudakpa(GK), Phillip Sackey, Eric Osei Bonsu, Jamaldeen Haruna, Okoe Grippman, Razak Kasim, James Akakinko, George Asamoah, Ibrahim Sulley, Manaf Mudasiru, Maxwell Quaye