It is a record setting week in the 2021/22 Women’s Premier League as two games go live on television for the first times in the history of the competition.
Max TV will be broadcasting live two of the games involving Immigration Ladies and LadyStrikers on Tuesday and Police Ladies’ visit to Carl Reindorf Park on Wednesday to play Faith Ladies will be the second game to go on TV.
Soccer Intellectuals versus Hasaacas Ladies Hasaacas Ladies travel to the Adu Yaw Assasan Park on Saturday, to play Soccer Intellectuals. Hasaacas Ladies remains the only unbeaten side in the zone after 7 game weeks.
Referee Rejoice Addokwei will handle this game.
The Takoradi-based side made headlines after trouncing Fiaseman Royal Ladies 24–0 in the Women’s FA Cup – the club’s heaviest victory in its history.
Intellectuals pulled a surprise at the McDan Park when Police Ladies fell by 2–0, its first victory of the season.
Milot Pokuaa scored the only goal of the game to give Hasaacas Ladies a 1–0 win at Soccer Intellectuals.
Berry Ladies versus Thunder Queens
3rd-placed Thunder Queens will face 4th-placed Berry Ladies on Saturday at the Madina Astroturf Park and Referee Hommey Mensah is the one to be in the middle.
Berry Ladies will be hoping to build on its 2–2 draw against leaders Hasaacas Ladies the last time out. Thunder Queens was held by Immigration at home.
Berry Ladies beat Thunder Queens 3–1 the last time the latter visited.
Immigration Ladies versus LadyStrikers
Immigration Ladies and LadyStrikers battle at the McDan La Town Park on Tuesday and Referee Joyce Obenewa Appiah will be in charge of the game.
Immigration Ladies lost 2–3 to Ladystrikers the last time the two met.
LadyStrikers have amassed 12 points so far and will be hoping to close the 3 points gap against Hasaacas Ladies FC – Immigration remain winless after 7 match weeks and will be relishing the chance to nick one over Ladystrikers.
Faith Ladies versus Police Ladies
Wednesday will see another live television game between Faith Ladies and Police Ladies FC at the Dansoman Carl Reindorf Park.
Referee Rita Boaten-Mensah will be in charge of the game and it’s the first encounter between the two sides.
Both teams are coming into this game having lost their respective match week 7 encounters.
Police lost at home to Soccer Intellectuals and Faith was humbled by Army Ladies.
Sea Lions versus Army Ladies
Army Ladies have bounced back from successive defeats to a three game winning run.
Travelling to the Nduom Stadium on Sunday to face a Sea Lions will be one to look out for as the hosts are coming from a 6:0 defeat to regional rivals, LadyStrikers.
For a side who lies 9th position with just 5 points – Sea Lions will hope to capitalize on an opponent not quite at full strength to produce the needed result whereas Army Ladies will want to continue their recent impressive run.