King Faisal now have two wins in their last 3 games [Photocredit - Sika Fotos]

A weekend of love with Valetine’s Day falling on a Sunday which sees the thick of Ghana Premier League action.

The Super Clash between Hearts of Oak and Asante Kotoko was supposed to headline this weekend, however the latter’s adventure in Africa meant the game had to be postponed.

Regardless, there are still some quality matches to look forward to in matchday 14.

Here are four games you can’t afford to miss:

WAFA vs AshGold

WAFA return to the WAFA park in Sogakope after playing two consecutive away matches.

The Academy boys failed to pick any points on their travel in those two games and would be desperate to get back to winning ways.

The WAFA park has been a fortress not only this season, but in recent years as WAFA are currently on 50-game unbeaten home run.

This season, WAFA have scored the most goals at home but also come across the team with the second most away goals in the form of AshGold.

The Miners have scored eight goals in six away games this season. Their defence however, has been the opposite with the Obuasi-based side have conceded 12 on their travels.

In the truncated league last season, WAFA annihilated AshGold thrashing them 6-1. AshGold will want to be more cautious considering the Academy boys beat Liberty by a similar goal margin in their last home game.

Stadium: WAFA park, Sogakope

Time: Saturday, 15:00GMT

Prediction: WAFA 3-1 Ashgold

Medeama SC vs Bechem United

Despite being 10th on the league, Medeama are just three points above the relegation zone. A situation which has led to various reports linking several coaches to the Tarkwa-based club.

In the meantime, Samuel Boadu remains head coach and will have an opportunity to redeem himself when he welcomes Bechem United at the Akoon Park.

Although Bechem United come off the back of an incredible 3-1 victory against Great Olympics last matchday, their away form has dwindled.

The Bechem-based club have lost three consecutive games on the road and will need to rediscover their old form if they are to stand a chance at the Akoon Park.

Medeama have the upper hand at home winning five out the last five home games against Bechem and will be favourites once again.

Stadium: Akoon Park, Tarkwa

Time: Sunday, 15:00GMT

Prediction: Medeama 2-2 Bechem United

Dreams FC vs Aduana Stars

Dreams FC are currently the most in-form team in the league with an unbeaten run of seven games.

The introduction of Serbian coach Vladislav Viric has been pivotal in the upturn of performances from the Dawu-based club.

Up next for Dreams, Aduana Stars, a team also in good form currently unbeaten in five games.

The Still Believe boys will draw confidence from the fact that they have won three straight home games scoring nine goals.

For Aduana, they have just one win in their last five games and will need to be at their absolute best to stand a chance of picking anything at Dawu.

Stadium: Theater of Dreams, Dawu

Time: Sunday, 15:00GMT

Prediction: Dreams 2-1 Aduana Stars

Legon Cities vs King Faisal

A crucial game for both clubs which would possibly propel the winner out of the relegation zone by the end of the matchday.

Legon Cities, the home team are languishing in the drop zone with 14 points, just one point more than King Faisal who sit 17th.

The Royals have enjoyed 2021 so far picking up three wins. Head coach Bashir Hayford seems to have understood his team more and are now unbeaten in four games.

King Faisal have picked up two wins in their last three courtesy clutch performances from striker Kwame Peprah.

However, both wins have come at home with King Faisal picking up just one point on their travels so far.

Both sides need the points and will equally challenge each other to pick up all three points on the day.

Stadium: Accra Sports stadium, Accra

Time: Monday, 18:00GMT

Prediction: Legon Cities 2-2 King Faisal

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