A huge matchday beckons, one which could possibly determine who wins the league this season.
Tied at the top, Hearts of Oak and Asante Kotoko clash at the Accra Sports stadium in a battle for supremacy.
Other matches will also be ongoing aside the Super Clash.
Here are four games you to lookout for this matchday.
Hearts of Oak vs Asante Kotoko
Both teams head into this crucial encounter with some good form.
Kotoko hold the record for the longest current unbeaten run which stretches to nine games.
Hearts follow as they’ve also been unbeaten in eight games.
There’s a lot more at stake as the winner of this game will stand a good chance of winning the league.
The two giants are tied on points and only separated on goal difference.
With head to head being used in the league, it makes this game a six-pointer.
Stadium: Accra Sports stadium, Accra
Time: Sunday, 15:00GMT
Prediction: Hearts of Oak 1-1 Asante Kotoko
Inter Allies vs Liberty Professionals
With just four games remaining, three points are very crucial to both teams.
Inter Allies sit rock bottom, eight points adrift of safety.
The Eleven is to One could be relegated from the league depending on results from this matchday.
Three points will be the minimum requirement if they’re to stand any chance of survival.
Liberty do have a little more room but are also stuck in the bottom three and will love to get all three points.
Stadium: Theatre of Dreams, Dawu
Time: Sunday, 15:00GMT
Prediction: Inter Allies 3-1 Liberty Professionals
King Faisal vs Legon Cities
Legon Cities are almost safe with 38 points. However, defeat could drag them into a late relegation scrap.
King Faisal currently sit 16th in the league with 33 points and need all three points to climb out of the relegation zone.
Victory for the Insha Allah boys won’t come easy as Legon Cities have improved in the second half of the season.
Both teams drew in the reverse fixture this season, but a similar result won’t really help King Faisal’s pursuit to escape relegation.
Stadium: Ohene Ameyaw park, Techiman
Time: Monday, 15:00GMT
Prediction: King Faisal 2-2 Legon Cities.
AshantiGold vs WAFA
A top six finish is at stake for both teams in what should be a mouthwatering encounter.
WAFA occupy sixth place but are just six points ahead of AshantiGold.
After a poor run of form, the Miners have found their feet again winning their last two games.
WAFA also have their confidence back after coming out on top in five goal thriller against Aduana Stars last matchday.
Stadium: Len Clay stadium, Obuasi
Time: Saturday, 15:00GMT
Prediction: AshantiGold 2-2 WAFA
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