There are new league leaders in Medeama and there could possibly be another leader by the end of the weekend.
Only three points separate the first five teams with the title race getting ever tighter.
Every matchday from now on will feel like a final with Medeama, Asante Kotoko, Great Olympics, Hearts of Oak and Karela United battling for the title.
Here are four games you can’t afford to miss this weekend.
Legon Cities vs Asante Kotoko
Looks like the honeymoon period for Mariano Barreto has ended.
After staying unbeaten in his first three games, Asante Kotoko have failed to win any of their last two games.
As a result, the Porcupine Warriors are no longer top of the table and will look to correct that when they face Legon Cities.
When the two sides met in the first round, a close range strike from Ibrahim Osman gave Kotoko all the three points.
The 23-time Ghana Premier League champions will be hoping for the same result to put pressure on Medeama.
Legon Cities on the other hand are in deep trouble and could end the weekend sitting in the relegation zone.
The Royals are just one point above the drop and will need a positive result against Kotoko.
Stadium: Accra Sports stadium, Accra
Time: Saturday, 18:00GMT
Prediction: Legon Cities 1-2 Asante Kotoko
King Faisal vs Karela United
King Faisal are on a mission to avoid relegation and will be full of confidence after their victory over fellow relegation candidates, Inter Allies.
The result means that the Insha Allah boys are just one point away from safety.
Up next is a difficult fixture against Karela United. The Aiyinase-based side have failed to reach the heights of the first round.
April will be a month to forget for Karela as they failed to win a single game and have dropped into 5th as a result.
Both sides need all three points for different reasons at different ends of the table.
Stadium: Ohene Ameyaw Park, Techiman
Time: Sunday , 15:00GMT
Prediction: King Faisal 2-2 Karela United
Dreams FC vs Hearts of Oak
Dreams FC have conceded 21 goals and Hearts of Oak have scored 29, a premise that shows we might have goals at Dawu.
The Still Believe boys have picked up four points from two games after losing their talisman Joseph Esso.
Currently in 6th, Dreams know a couple of wins could see them in the title mix.
For Hearts of Oak, the objective remains the same and that’s to win their first league trophy in more than a decade.
Samuel Boadu has done a good job so far since taking over, and if other results go his way, Hearts could finish the weekend on top.
The Accra-based side have been dominant in the last two meetings between the two sides winning both by an aggregate scoreline of 4-0.
Stadium: Theatre of Dreams, Dawu
Time: Sunday , 15:00GMT
Prediction: Dreams 2-3 Hearts of Oak
Medeama vs Ebusua Dwarfs
The new table leaders will look to extend their cushion at the top when they face an in-form Ebusua Dwarfs.
The Cape Coast based side thrashed Great Olympics 4-1 last matchday and will be looking to replicate that result this weekend.
Medeama look unstoppable at the moment. Their streak currently sits at three wins in a row.
The Mauve and Yellows have been very strong at home picking 24 points from 10 games this season.
Dwarfs also have the third best away record in the league picking up 12 points from 11 games.
Stadium: Akoon Park, Tarkwa
Time: Sunday, 15:00GMT
Prediction: Medeama 3-1 Ebusua Dwarfs
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