Accra Hearts of Oak will head into Sunday’s clash with Kumasi Asante Kotoko at the top of the league table after pipping Berekum Chelsea 1-0 today at the Accra Stadium.
Their bitter rivals Kotoko were not as fortunate and suffered a moral sapping 4-1 loss away at Ebusua Dwarfs’ Robert Mensah Stadium.
Below is a table of the current Ghana Premier League standings and Wednesday’s full-time results:
All Stars 2-0 Techiman City – Wa Park
Second placed Wa All Stars stayed within touching distance of leaders Hearts with a 2-0 home win over Techiman City.
Techiman City defender, Isaac Baah was unfortunate to score an own goal in the first half before All Stars striker, Paul Asare settled matters with a second half strike.
Inter Allies 1-0 WAFA : Tema Park
Frederick Boateng scored a stoppage winner to move Inter Allies to 14th place on the 16 team league log.
Bechem 1-1 AshGold : Bechem
Bechem United and Ashgold shared the spoils in their clash in Berekum.
Hamza Mohammed equalised for Amos Addai after Amos Addai had given the defending champions the lead.
Dwarfs 4-1 Kotoko : Robert Mensah Stadium
Ebusua Dwarfs moved to 11th place with a 4-1 humbling of title-chasing Kotoko.
Dwarfs race into a 3-0 first half lead with goals from Bright Lukman (brace) and Christopher Bonney (penalty) before Kotoko’s Eric Donkor was sent-off.
Nicholas Gyan scored Dwarfs fourth goal after the break before Kotoko skipper, Amos Frimpong got a consolation from the penalty spot.
Hearts 1-0 Chelsea : Accra Sports Stadium
Lanky striker, Kwame Kizito handed Hearts all three points at the Accra Sports Stadium with a second half strike.
His goal ensure that Sergio Traguil recorded his second league win as Hearts coach.
Edubiase 0-0 Hasaacas
Bottom club, New Edubiase United held Sekondi Hasaacas (15th) to a scoreless draw at Bekwai.
Dreams 2-0 Aduana – Dawu Stadium
Dreams FC recorded their ninth win of the season with a 2-0 win over fifth placed Aduana Stars at the Dawu Stadium.
Michael Sarpong scored both goals in either half to hand his coach, CK Akunnor victory.
Medeama 1-0 Liberty – T&A Park
Kwesi Donsu scored his seventh set-piece of the season to fire Medeama into third place.
The CAF Confederation Cup campaigners are now four points behind leaders Hearts and have a game in hand.
Scores at a glance
All Stars 2-0 Techiman City
Inter Allies 1-0 WAFA
Bechem 1-1 AshGold
Dwarfs 4-1 Kotoko
Hearts 1-0 Chelsea
Edubiase 0-0 Hasaacas
Dreams 2-0 Aduana
Medeama 1-0 Liberty