Medeama hopes to move into top-four
Medeama SC knows victory over Tema Youth in the Ghana Premier League on Sunday could potentially put them in the top-four by the close of the weekend.
The confidence of the Mauves and Yellows has resurrected after going six matches without a defeat.
They held in-form AshantiGold 1-1 at their own backyard to move up sixth on the table and with champions Berekum Chelsea not in action due to their Caf Champions League final qualifying first leg game against CotonSports Garoua this weekend, they could move to places up if other results go their way.
There are no major injury worries for the Tarkwa-based as coach Bashir Hayford’s men step up their game to grab three points and continue to push up on the standings.
Tema Youth on the other hand, go into the encounter in a buoyant mood after their surprise 3-1 win over Berekum Chelsea at home last weekend and could pose a major challenge for Medeama.