Three must watch Premier league games this gameweek

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The Premier league is back this weekend, with some enthralling games set to come your way. brings you the best three of these games.

Legon Cities vs Medeama

Legon Cities will welcome Medeama for a Friday night date at the Accra Sports Stadium. Both teams are yet to pick a win after two round of games, Legon Cities drew the first game 1-1 against Berekum Chelsea and lost the second 3-0 to Great Olympics.

The bad results led to the axing of manager Goran Barjaktarevic and he was replaced by erstwhile AshantiGold and Kotoko manager Bashir Hayford.

Medeama have as well faced their own struggles, they drew 1-1 in the first game against Great Olympics and lost 2-1 to Dreams FC last weekend.

The two teams will come into this game hoping to secure their first 3 points of the season.

Legon Cities will have Asamoah Gyan in their match day squad for the first time since he signed, whiles Medeama will have Rashid Nortey and Ali Outtara available.

Which of the teams will carry the day at end of 90 minutes?

Inter Allies vs Hearts of Oak

If there’s any game that has given fans of Hearts of Oak so much joy in recent years, then it is the game against Inter Allies at the Tema Sports stadium in March 2016. The Phobians demonstrated their “Never say die” spirit to comeback from 2 goals down to win 3-2.

Games since between the two sides since then have been less exciting, with 4 draws coming in 5 games and Inter Allies winning the other. But the one coming on this weekend promises to be exciting, with both sides in search of their first win of the season.

Asante Kotoko vs Great Olympics

Maybe it is early days yet, but if there’s any team that has impressed so far, then it is Great Olympics and if there’s any team that has disappointed the most so far, then it is Asante Kotoko.

So much was expected from the Porcupine Warriors after administrative reshuffling and bringing in lots of good players in the transfer window, but that is yet to show on the field.

The Porcupine Warriors have drawn their first two games 1-1 after taking the lead in all 2 games, whiles Great Olympics picked up a point against Medeama in Tarkwa and humiliated Legon Cities 3-0 in the previous gameweek.

Can Kotoko pick up their first 3 points of the season against Olympics? Can Olympics continue their decent start to the season?

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