Dreams, Inter Allies battle for supremacy on Sunday


Dreams FC will host Inter Allies in a pre-season friendly outing on Sunday at the Theatre of Dreams, Dawu.

The game promises lots of excitements as both teams have been impressive so far in the offseason with Dreams FC in particular losing just once in over 20 friendly matches.

The last four meetings between the two sides have all ended in draws and this game is seen as a correct platform for any of the teams to have the bragging rights.

The most recent game between the two clubs took place in December last year with Benjamin Ayim equalizing late in the second half after Inter Allies had taking a first half lead at the Tema Stadium.

Despite their poor performance last season which saw them escaping relegation through the help of Dreams FC manager Karim Zito who took charge in the final four games, Inter Allies are gradually getting back to their best following the appointment of Kenichi Yatshuashi and Yaw Preko as head coach and assistant respectively.

They have been able to make some useful signings which includes Nigerien star Victorien Adebayo who was one of the stars in the 2017 WAFU tournament as well as Heart of Lions central midfielder Baffour Gyawu to beef up their team.

On paper, it looks to be an even clash but Dreams FC are poised to carry the day as they have made their home venue a fortress.

Dreams FC are unbeaten at the Theatre of Dreams since losing to Dwarfs in a Ghana Premier League game during the 2015/2016 season and they are set to continue their impeccable form at home.

Generally, the game will be scented in midfield where both teams boast of quality players such as Leonard Owusu, Patrick Arthur, George Dwubeng Kifil Nasir, Prince Baffoe and others.

One man who can decide the game for Dreams FC also is experienced striker Eric Gawu who has been lively since the GHALCA top 8 final win over Accra Hearts of Oak in Cape Coast.

Inter Allies also have a potential match winner in the person of Isaac Ossae who could pop up at anytime and decide the game on his own.

Whatever the outcome of the game maybe, it is going to be a good exercise for the two clubs as they intensify their preparations for the coming season.

The Spectators who will troop to Dawu to watch the will also have a lot to cheer about as the two teams are among the best in the country when it comes to playing good football.

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