Match day eight of the NC Special has produced some exciting fixtures across the designated match venues led by Medeama SC versus Aduana Stars at the Tarkwa T&A Park. The Mauve and Yellows staged a 1-1 score in Dormaa and will be gunning for the maximum points when the two teams square off in Tarkwa in the return fixture.
In Accra, Hearts of Oak SC will be chasing the double over Inter Allies when the capital derby kicks off later today, Sunday April 28, 2019. The Rainbow Boys tamed their regional rivals in a 2-0 score line at the Accra Sports stadium that saw Salifu Saeed sent for the Capelli Boys.
At the Dansoman Carl Reindorf Park, Liberty Professionals welcome Karela United side to the capital in search of missing points. The Scientific soccer lads have been impressive on home turf and lost the corresponding fixture by a tight 1-0 in Aiyinase.
Far away in the Volta region, WAFA SC welcome Ebusua Dwarfs side seeking for points on the road. The Crabs are unbeaten in their last three matches and won the reverse fixture in Cape Coast. The resurgence of Bright Nurudeen Lukman will certainly raise hopes for the visitors as they seek to pick maximum points.
Struggling Dreams FC will have to break a monstrous record of becoming the first team to score against Richard Atta and his Elmina Sharks team when they take to the pitch in the Central region. Elmina Sharks are yet to cede a goal in 7 consecutive games and will be dreaming for an extension at home to suffocating believers.
The northern belt of the championship, Asante Kotoko SC will storm the Berekum Golden City Park seeking for a double over Berekum Chelsea side. Goals from Gyamfi and Fatawu handed Asante Kotoko 2-0 home win over their Berekum Blues.
Still in the Brong Ahafo region, Bechem United welcome Techiman Eleven Wonders in another regional derby in match day eight. The Hunters were given a taste of the wonderful nature of Eleven Wonders in their last fixture.
Medeama SC versus Aduana Stars lead the pack in the northern zone with an unforgettable incident leading to temporal ban on the Fire Boys. The first leg ended 1-1 with both teams seeking for maximum points in Tarkwa.