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PREVIEW: Dreams FC vs Medeama SC

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Dreams Football Club is set to host Tarkwa based Medeama SC on Matchday 2 in the ongoing Ghana Premier League campaign.

The match is scheduled to kick off on Sunday, 22nd November 2020 at 3:00 pm at the Theatre of Dreams.

The Still Believe lads come into the fixture in search of their first win of the season after picking up a valuable point against Inter Allies on opening day.

While Medeama travel to Dawu at the back of their 1-1 home draw with Accra Great Olympics in week 1.

Both teams have met four times in the Ghana Premier League, recording 2 draws and a win for each team.

Dreams FC has the best home record against Medeama with a 1 win and a draw out of the two home games.

The biggest aggregate in their clash is a 2-2 draw in Dawu in 2016.

Probable line-ups:

Dreams XI

Solomon Agbasi, Philomon Baffour , Solomon Twene, Abdul Jalil, Ibrahim Abdulai, Maxwell Arthur, Micheal Agbekpornu, Emmanuel Ocran , Joseph Esso, Ali Huzaif, Agyenim Boateng.

Medeama SC XI

Eric Ofori Antwi (GK) (c), Ali Ouattara issouf, Samuel Appiah, Daniel Egyin, Ebenezer Achahbi, Bright Enchil, Eric Kwakwa, Kalibo Toussaint, Agyenim Boateng, Justice Blay, Michael Yeboah.

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