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betPawa Premier League: Aduana FC and Bofoakwa Tano face off in tasty midweek fixture

Aduana FC are preparing to host the unbeaten Bofoakwa Tano at the Nana Agyemang Badu Park in Dormaa.

The Ogya boy’s impressive run of form has seen them secure three victories in their last four matches, including a spectacular comeback win against Real Tamale United in Tamale.

This string of victories has elevated them to second place in the league standings with 12 points, trailing only leaders Nsoatreman FC by a single point.

Aduana FC, a two-time Ghanaian Premier League champion, have been particularly dominant at their home turf, where they’ve notched wins against formidable opponents like Medeama SC, Berekum Chelsea, and Accra Great Olympics.

Their home performance has established them as a formidable force, and they are determined to extend their winning streak.

However, the challenge they face will be no less significant, as Bofoakwa Tano arrives with an impressive unbeaten record, signaling their growing influence in the league. Bofoakwa Tano has yet to taste defeat this season, affirming their reputation as a team to watch in Ghanaian football.

Both Aduana FC and Bofoakwa Tano will be vying for victory in this midweek encounter. Aduana FC seeks to maintain their stronghold on home ground, while Bofoakwa Tano is determined to keep their unbeaten streak intact and possibly climb the league ladder.

This highly anticipated fixture is slated to kick off at 3 pm on Wednesday, November 1, 2023, at the Nana Agyemang Badu Park.

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