Ghana Premier League

2022/23 Ghana Premier League: Week 10 Match Preview – Hearts of Oak v Bechem United

Hearts of Oak will take on Bechem United on match week 10 of the Ghana Premier League on Monday in a repeat of last season’s MTN FA Cup final.

The game has been moved to the the Cape Coast Stadium due to the unavailability of the Accra Sports stadium.

The Phobians will look to begin the new year with a victory over the Hunters who are winless against Hearts in their last four games with Hearts recording two victories and the other two ending in a draw.

Hearts are currently 3rd in the league table 16 points and have secured three wins in their last five games.

While Bechem United lie 8th with 13 points after nine matches played so far.

The last time Hearts of Oak played Bechem was in the MTN FA Cup finals at the Baba Yara sport stadium where the Phobians emerged 2-1 winners.

The match is scheduled for 3pm kick.

Hearts of Oak possible starting XI: Richmond Ayi, Abdul Fatawu Mohammed, Konadu Yiadom, Mohammed Alhassan, Dennis Nkrumah-Korsah, Salifu Ibrahim, Eric Esso, Yaw Baafi, Kojo Obeng Jnr, Junior Kaaba, Benjamin Yorke

Bechem United possible starting XI: Cephas Kofi Mantey, Emmanuel Ababio, Seth Kwadwo, Iddrisu Abdulai, Agbesimah Kofi, Emmanuel Avornyo, Aaron Essel, Foster Appiah, Francis Twene, Gabriel Yapy Tenlep, Abdul Latif Anabila

Player to watch: Kojo Obeng Jnr

Predicted scoreline: Hearts of Oak 2-0 Bechem United

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