League Report of Sunday, 27 May 2012
Berekum Arsenal face a daunting task to grind out maximum points at Hearts of Oak to ensure their top flight status is secure.
The Gunners find themselves in a tricky situation and need the capital-based club to do them a huge favour otherwise their 8-year stay will come home crushing.
Their owner Yakubu Moro has pleaded for the game to be shown live on televise for fear of been victimized at the Accra Sports Stadium.
His latest stand-point is a sharp contradiction to his threat to deny Premier League broadcaster owners Metro TV an access to the Golden City to telecast their last home match against relegated Wassaman United last weekend.
Hearts themselves are out of the top-four and therefore need to pick the three points to enhance push for a top-four finish.
Their fans will not forgive them if they lose the three points against the Berekum-based side.
The capital-based side will be without head coach CK Akunnor who is way on an international duty with the National Under-20 side.
Pressure will be on assistant coach Ben Adjei as he steps into the plate.