After easing past Asante Kotoko in their last game in the betPawa Ghana Premier League, Great Olympics will look to make it two wins in their last two games when they travel to Bibiani to play GoldStars on matchday 29.
Aduana Stars defeated Bibiani Gold Stars 2-0 in their final Ghana Premier League match, which took place at the Agyeman Badu Stadium in Dormaa Ahenkro.
With four losses and one win in their previous five games, GoldStars are in ninth place on the league standings, while Great Olympics are in fourteenth place with 35 points.
With the league still open to all teams in the top half of the table, GoldStars will still feel they are in the race to challenge for the title while Olympics are fully focused on beating relegation at the end of the season.
The win over Kotoko should be a major boost for Bismark Kobi-Mensah’s men as they play the Miners over the weekend.