Dreams FC takes a trip to Abrankese for King Faisal clash

Dreams FC takes a trip to Abrankese for King Faisal clash

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The Insha Allah Boys will host Dreams FC this weekend’s in their Premier league game after a fantastic last week, where they progressed to the next stage of 2023 MTN FA Cup.

King Faisal elimated Aduana Stars FC in the quarter-finals of the MTN FA Cup following a 3-1 -1 on penalties after a 2-2 draw in regulation time. They will square off with Dreams FC at the Abrankese Kwame Kyei Sports complex after sealing their spots in the semifinal of the Cup competition.

Their adopted home grounds, is yet to hand them comfort despite MTN FA Cup glory. Dreams FC travels to the venue on the back of a win having pip Legon Cities FC in the MTN FA Cup as well.

King Faisal were the losers when the two sides met in the first round of the season as Dreams FC romped to a 2-0 win at the theatre of Dreams with Abdul Jalilu and Agyenim Boateng Mensah getting the goals for them.

King Faisal are 11th in the League table with 32 points after winning two, drawing two and losing one in their last five matches. Dreams FC sit in 13th place with 31 points – one point behind King Faisal but have won once in their last five matches with three of the games ending in defeats.
King Faisal coach Ignatius Osei-Fosu will be meeting his former employers for the first time since his dismissal in December last year.

The former Medeama SC and Liberty Professionals coach has yet to lose since he took over from Jimmy Cobblah two weeks ago.

Nasiru Osman, Benjamain Bature, Joseph Edu Dwomoh, Godfred Asiamah, Baba Yahaya and Samuel Boakye are some of the notable faces likely to line up for King Faisal whiles Dreams hope to rely on Emmanuel Adade, Abdul Jalilu, Emmanuel Agyei, Aholou Gael Avocevou and Ishmael Dede.

The game will be broadcast live on StarTimes Adepa channel 247.

Story Kolog Bonaventure

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