THE Swedru park will be the action spot when tottering Gomoa Fetteh Feyenoord test the pulse of league leaders, Accra Hearts of Oak, in the Onetouch Premier League which enters the 21st week this weekend.
Hearts have failed to score a single goal in their last two outings, a situation that has become a major source of worry to the fans and those in the helm of affairs.
Coming against Feye-noord who are also finding the going very tough, the Accra-based club would need to rediscover their scoring boots or face the wrath of the relegation threatened side.
Unfortunately, Feye-noord lost one of their Stalwarts, Danladi Sheriff during the break to Dansoman based Liberty Professionals and that had a telling effect on their last match.
But against a Hearts of Oak side that would be playing without five of their key performers who have travelled outside the country for greener pastures.
Feyenoord would attempt to capitalise on the vacuum their absence has created and hand the Phobians a surprise.
With players like Dominic Adiyah and Michael Akuffo in their fold, the young, fast and skillful Feyenoord side has the men to pull a fast one on their more experienced opponents.
That notwithstanding, the presence of Eric Gawu, Charles Vardis, Daniel Coleman, Moses Andoh, Joe Louis and Alfred Nii Larbie in the set up of Hearts could ignite the Phobia armada to silence the Swedru township.
Back from the CAF champions league first round conquest, Ashgold will return to local action as they host Kumasi King Faisal at the Obuasi Len Clay Stadium.
Currently occupying the third position on the table with one outstanding match, Ashgold need a win to claw back to their position which they lost to Kotoko last week and to justify their participation in Africa this year.
Faisal on the other hand, appear to be picking up the pieces after a rather unimpressive start and would attempt to also stun the “Miners” like Olympics did some few weeks back.
Ashgold have learnt their lesson well from that setback and have therefore vowed to annex the maximum points in any home clash to underscore their home invincibility.
The Ho stadium will boil with action when Accra Great Olympics embark on a vengeance mission against Gamba All Blacks from Swedru.
Olympics suffered a humiliating defeat from All Blacks at a time they were enjoying a good run and as they host them, it will present the right opportunity to also stab them at the back.
At the Sekondi Gyandu Park, Hasaacas will welcome Berekum Arsenal, Bofoakwa Tano return to Sunyani to face Power FC with RTU hosting Liberty Professionals at the Tamale Kaladan park.
Tema Youth welcome Heart of Lions to the Tema Stadium this afternoon.
The Sportive-Kotoko clash has been declared outstanding.