The Ghana Premier League is three game weeks away from completion as the Ghanaian first tier enters match week 32.
The battle for survival at the bottom of the table is as keen as that at the top with just three points separating Hearts of Oak and Asante Kotoko.
The round will begin on Saturday with three fixtures lined up before another six on Sunday.
Here are four matches to look out for.
Asante Kotoko vs King Faisal
The Porcupine Warriors can’t afford to drop points after picking none against Hearts of Oak last Sunday.
Hence, a win seems like a must for Asante Kotoko, 56, who sits second on the table and 3 points adrift their fierce rivals, Hearts.
Meanwhile, King Faisal,36, are just a point above the drop zone and will need all maximum points to keep their survival hopes on course.
Definitely, the 3 points at stake worth fighting for for both clubs.
Kickoff: 3PM- Saturday, July 3.
Legon Cities vs Bechem United
Although both are mid-table, they are not totally safe from relegation.
Legon Cities have lost three matches on a trot, which is the second time this season and would not want to extend it any further to complicate their campaign.
Bechem United who had a strong start this term have fallen off the ladder due to inconsistency in their results.
The Hunters and the Royals are both on 38 points each, sitting 10 and 11 respectively and are two points away from safety.
Kickoff: 6PM- Saturday, July 3.
Liberty Professionals vs Karela United
16th placed Liberty host 7th placed Karela at Red Bull Arena in Sogakope.
The Scientific Soccer lads handed their survival a major boost with a 2-0 win against relegated Inter Allies last week.
Karela on the other have not lost three consecutive matches this season but have suffered defeats in their last two.
While Liberty fight for nothing but a win, the Aiyinase side will aim at avoiding a third straight defeat.
Kickoff: 3PM- Sunday, July 4.
Ebusua Dwarfs vs Hearts of Oak
Hearts of Oak need six points out of the remaining three games to be crowned champions of the 2020/2021 season and a win puts one hand one the trophy.
Moreover, the Phobians would have their eyes on setting the longest unbeaten run in the league this season. At the moment, the Rainbow lads have gone 9 games without a defeat, winning 8 of those.
However, Ebusua Dwarfs who are currently on 37 points will need three points to maintain their top flight status for next season.
A win for Dwarfs will also secure a revenge over Hearts of Oak after losing the reverse fixture 3-2 in Accra.
Kickoff: 6PM Sunday, July 4.