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Match Preview- Medeama vs Liberty; League Leaders seek to continue perfect start against winless Liberty

The season’s table toppers Medeama SC travel to Dansoman on Saturday hoping to keep intact their impressive start to the campaign against a winless Liberty Professionals side.
The Mauves and Yellows were in ruthless form when they easily dealt with Hearts of Oak in their second match of the campaign. Aside the emphatic nature of the result, their overall performance should give Coach Samuel Boadu’s side confidence when they travel to the Carl Reindoff park; a venue they have recorded very positive results.
The home side, Liberty Professionals have unimpressed so far, failing to win any of their two games. They would however feel hopeful following a resolute performance in their last outing against Berekum Chelsea.
In a game many expected them to lose, the Scientific Soccer lads pulled hair through their noses to hold out for a hard-fought goalless draw with their young goalkeeper Ganiwu Shaibu emerging the man of the match.
If form is anything to go by, this should be Medeama’s game to lose but never underrate a Liberty side desperate to prove a point after an average start to the campaign.
Coach David Ocloo’s side will be determined to claim maximum points against one of the best teams in the league this season.
The home side have no major injury worries and coach David Ocloo should keep faith with the squad that made the trip to Berekum to secure the 0-0 draw with Chelsea.
Medeama Coach Samuel Boadu has named an 18 man squad and unsurprisingly, the injured trio of Eric Kwakwa, Rashid Nortey and Bright Enchil miss out.
Bernard Ofori who only completed his return to the club hours ago also did not travel with the team.
The squad comprise the delightful attacking trio of Ebenezer Ackhabi, Prince Opoku Agyemang and Nana Kofi Babil. Key midfielder Kwasi Donsu who made a brief entry into the Hearts game will be pushing for a start here.
Medeama SC have won two consecutive league games for the first time since July 2017.
They are seeking to win three straight games for the first time since May 2017.
Liberty have drawn their first two games played this season. They recorded 5 consecutive draws between March and April 2017.
Medeama have won more games at Dansoman than Liberty Professionals. In 7 games, Medeama as the away side they have recorded 3 wins, 2 draws and suffered 2 defeats.
The overall head to head record stands at;
Matches Played- 14
Medeama SC- 7 wins
Liberty- 4 wins
Draws- 3

Expect beautiful game tomorrow from Carl Reindof park....

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