Accra Great Olympics will be looking forward to complete the double over Legon Cities when the two sides meet on Sunday during Week 19 of the Ghana Premier League.
Olympics – who are leaders of the league after 18 matches – defeated Cities by 3-0 on Week 2 , a defeat that resulted in the sacking of the Serbian coach of the club formerly known as Wa All Stars.
Veteran trainer Bashiru Hayford is now in charge of the team and will be expected to prevent a second slump against the same side but that represent a big task as the Wonder Club have won their last three games scoring three goals and conceding none.
Olympics did some shrewd business in the transfer market for the second phase of the league by adding midfielder James Akaminko who was available for free. The former Ashgold player excelled in his debut in the 1-0 win over Medeama and he is expected to be part of the team against Cities.
The team of Hayford meanwhile are on low morale and are lying just a place above the relegation zone and have lost all their last two matches to Eleven Wonders and Berekum Chelsea.
Annor Walker of Olympics know what three points will mean to his team in terms of the title race whereas Legon could land in the relegation zone if they fail to get good results.