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Ghana Premier League: Medeama plots Accra Lions downfall in Tarkwa

The game will take place at the Akoon Park on Wednesday

Ghanaian Champions Medeama SC have plots the downfall of fellow premier league side Accra Lions in its opening day fixture of the 2023/24 betPawa Ghana Premier League in Tarkwa.

According to the ‘Yellow and Mauve’ they will make the Akoon Park a nightmare for the Accra-based club on Wednesday, September 20, when the two sides meet.

Medeama SC and Accra Lions go face to face in its outstanding opening day fixture at 3:00 PM.

The game was postponed following the defending champions’ weekends CAF Champions League where they beat Guinean side Horoya AC 3-1 in the first leg of the second-round qualifiers at Cape Coast.

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Ahead of the season’s crucial opener both sides go into the game owning to last season’s famous humiliation exercise at the Accra Sports Stadium where Lions thumbed Medeama 4-2 in a six-goals thriller.

Speaking on Wednesday’s game Head Coach for Medeama Sporting Club, Augustine Evans Adotey, spelt doom for Accra Lions in a revenge manner.

“The same Accra Lions is coming here this time around, so we have prepared, and we are ready to take them on, we have to pay them back. We have to start well against Lions because we are the defending Champions,” he told the club’s media channel.

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Evans Augustine Adotey however warned his side against being complacency since the ‘lions’ could stunned them.

“Well, as a coach, I will never underrate any opponent, I must be honest… The other time we played against Accra Lions at the Accra Sports Stadium we lost by four goals to two, massively.

Medeama SC is returning to the Tarkwa Nsuaem Municipality to play their first competitive match since Sunday, June 11, when they pipped Tamale City 3-0 at the Akoon Park, Tarkwa.

The win achieved the historical feat for the side to annex the 2022/23 Ghana Premier League title.

Since then, the club adopted the Cape Coast stadium in the Central Region as its home venue and hosting their CAF Champions League matches due to the unavailability of the TNA Park which is under reconstruction.

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