Aduana Stars Football Club and Accra Hearts of Oak will on Sunday, March 13, 2022 battle each other at the Nana Agyemang Badu I park at Dormaa, in a Ghana Premier League matchday 20 fixture.
Aduana Stars will battle the Rainbows on Sunday in search of the three points to close the gap between the league leaders, Asante Kotoko.
The League Champions, have yet to win an away game since January, after beating Gold Stars in Bibiani.
Hearts of Oak won their first game after four matches winless run with a 2-1 triumph over WAFA last Wednesday, having drawn against Legon Cities (1-1), Asante Kotoko (0-0) and RTU (1-1). They also lost 1-0 to Great Olympics on match day 16.
Even though they boast of some of the finest talents on the domestic front, they have been very impressive in some fixtures.
They come across as a team with loads of experience, with the likes of Sulley Muntari, Salim Adams, Abdul Aziz Nurudeen, Dennis Korsah, Afriyie Barnieh, Obeng Junior and Isaac Mensah alongside Black Stars goalkeeper, Richard Attah.
The Dormaa lads have an outstanding home record against Hearts of Oak since 2014 after the Phobians snatched the maximum points with a narrow win.
The scintillating display against Asante Kotoko in the President’s Cup and WAFA on GPL week 19 gives the Phobians something to cheer about, at a time of visiting one of their toughest opponents.
Kojo Obeng Junior and Sulley Muntari stole the headlines on Wednesday in the game against WAFA at the Accra sports stadium as they scored to give Hearts a convincing 2-1 win.
Salim Adams, Dennis Korsah and Mohammed Alhassan have delivered some outstanding performances for Hearts of Oak.
Aduana Stars will square off against the visitors with the likes of Bright Agyei, Emmanuel Gyamfi and Adom Frimpong.
The Fire Boys on week 19, snatched an away victory over Karela Karela United in Anyinase with 2-0 scoreline courtesy Bright Agyei.
Coach Samuel Boadu seems to have reengineered a winning formula for the Phobians after cautioning Afriyie Barnieh, Isaac Mensah and Obeng Junior.
Matches between the two sides at Dormaa have always been a titanic encounter and a crowd puller.
The host share the spoils with the title holders in the first leg on week 3 after 1-1 stalemate.
Currently, the home side are thrilling Asante Kotoko at the second position with eight points whiles the Rainbows are sitting at the fifth place, thrilling their sworn rivals with 12 points.
The ‘battle between the Ogya Boys and the Rainbows will be broadcasted live on StarTimes Adepa channel 247.