Wa Suntaa SC plays host to Young Apostles FC at the Wa Park in search of a season defining win after the opening defeat in Tamale.
The Believers suffered a damning 2-0 defeat at the hands of Dreams Tamale FC and will be looking to atone for their abysmal outing when they host the sharp shooting Apostles from Sunyani.
Having dispatched Steadfast FC 3-0 at the Techiman Ohene Ameyaw Park in match day one, Emmanuel Yeboah and his Apostles teammates will be hoping to add the Believers to their menu when they take to the pitch at the Wa Park.
Yeboah’s brace gun down Steadfast FC in a fast and fury clash that saw Mohammed Hakeem sealing the win with an emphatic finish.
With over 15 new faces joining the club, Wa Suntaa SC are clinging onto home support to pick maximum points for the first time this season.
Goal keeper Abdul Moomin Nuhu shipped two goals at the Tamale Aliu Mahama stadium but will be hoping to pick his first clean sheet when the well oiled Apostles come visiting.
In the absence of Abass Samari and Solomon Adomako, Young Apostle atoned for their star man with complete performance as against individual heroics.
The last meeting between the two teams at the Park resulted in a home win in a season the Believers will not want to remember.
Wa Suntaa SC are without the likes of Alipio Junior, Abdulai Samadu, Muizdeen Daud and several other players heading into the winner takes all clash with Young Apostles FC.
The hazy conditions at the Wa Park might play in favor of the host team as temperatures and other weather conditions head into abnormal and unfriendly numbers.
It might be early days yet but the exploits of Young Apostles FC hinted at a promising season despite their exile from the Sunyani Coronation Park.
Are the Apostles continuing their honeymoon start to the season or will the Believers record their first win of the season?