Bechem United host Accra Hearts of Oak in a Premier League fixture tomorrow. The home side is leaving no stone unturned to keep all points, and ensure elevation on the league log.
Bechem United lost 1 - 2 to Karela United last weekend. The team - after that slip - regrouped to shift focus to the home encounter against Accra Hearts of Oak. Playing at home, the hunters will push balls out to take the game to the opponent, and hit them unexpectedly. The coach May tweak his previous line up to allow fluidity in team for glory. The team may heavily rely on skipper Moro Salifu to take charge of midfield, create opportunity for Hafiz Konkoni, Emmanuel Annor and Clinton Duodu to utilize. They will want to make batter use of home advantage and climb on the league log.
Coach Samuel Boadu and his charges are determined to present a good account of themselves in this away fixture. After losing to Dreams FC and winning against King Faisal last weekend, Accra Hearts of Oak have the intentions of keep chase for the ultimate at the end of the season. Coach Samuel Boadu could make few touches to the list that started against King Faisal. Enterprising forward Daniel Afriyie Barnieh could start along with Patrick Razak and Kojo Obeng Junior upfront. Star performer Salifu Ibrahim - who emerged most valuable player against King Faisal - will be deployed in his favorite role to replicate or intensify previous displays. As a former player of Eleven Wonders, industrious Salifu Ibrahim is familiarize with the terrain and could make use of that. His ability to spark movement and come out with decent chances will be vital to the success of Accra Hearts of Oak. Meanwhile, Patrick Razak and Kojo Obeng Junior are required to remain purposeful and convert chances into goals.
Between the two sides, Accra Hearts of Oak will come under pressure, as they aspire for top spot finish. As Accra Hearts of Oak are 4 points adrift of leaders Asante Kotoko, a defeat could complicate their title hopes.
A Bechem United victory lifts them to 36, a point below Accra Hearts of Oak.