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Champions, Hearts of Oak will be looking to getting their season on track away from home when they begin to serve their two-game home ban in the Glo Premier League.

The Phobians will enter match-day-5 as the bottom placed side in the league when they welcome New Edubiasie to the Robert Mensah Stadium in Cape Coast. Despite a two-point deficit between the sides, the Phobians will be attempting to teach the newly promoted side a lesson.

But failure to win the game would heap more pressure on the champions from their supporters and the media. Asante Kotoko, another title contender who are also struggling to replicate their heavy investment in player signings will trek to Accra to play Liberty Professionals in a top-four clash at the Ohene Djan Stadium.

The Porcupine Warriors are the only side unbeaten in the league after four games but face a tricky tie against Liberty, who are a point ahead of Kotoko in third place.Heart of Lions need to raise their spirits in Kpando after a defeat last weekend. Lions will welcome Chelsea at home.

Leaders, Kessben FC will travel to the Sekondi Stadium to face Hasaacas. The Abrankese-based side will seek to ride high on the back of an impressive start to the season.

King Faisal will be at home to Aduana Stars at the Baba Yara Stadium as Great Olympics play Berekum Arsenals at the Golden City Park.All Stars' poor start could be exploited by Real Tamale United as the Blues visit the Tamale Stadium on Sunday.

AshantiGold and Eleven Wise will battle it out for the spoils at the Len Clay Stadium as the Miners take on C.K. Akonnor's side.

Source: ghanafa

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