With the 2022/23 Ghana Premier League (GPL) given the all-clear to continue by the Human Rights Court in Accra on Tuesday, match-day 4 of the campaign has been confirmed to come off the coming weekend – October 29 to 31.
“Following the dismissal of the Application for injunction by AshantiGold SC against the Ghana Football Association, the Executive Council of the Association has decided that the betPawa Premier League should resume this weekend.
“The Executive Council in their meeting after the court decision were of the view that the betPawa Premier League resumes immediately to avert further loss to stakeholders.
“The GFA has further engaged the betPawa Premier League clubs for the resumption of the season,” a statement on the GFA website read.
Seeking a first win this season, Hearts of Oak will set things rolling after a three-week holdoff by hosting Bibiani GoldStars at the Accra Sports Stadium on Saturday, October 29. The Phobians’ last win in the league came against the same side as far back as May this year.
Hearts of Oak vs Bibiani GoldStars (ON TV)
Referee: Emmanuel Tampuri
Match-day four of the 2022/23 GPL then continues with five games on Sunday, October 30:
Bechem United vs Kotoku Royals
Referee: Adaari Abdul Latif
Nsoatreman FC vs Karela United
Referee: Gabriel Opoku Arhin
Medeama SC vs Aduana FC
Referee: Julian Nunoo
Legon Cities vs Berekum Chelsea
Referee: Andrews Awurisa
Dreams FC vs Accra Lions
Referee: Bashiru Dauda
The final three fixtures will then be played on the last day of the month. A Kumasi derby set for 6 pm between King Faisal and defending champions Asante Kotoko at Baba Yara Sports Stadium will wrap this round of games.
FC Samartex vs Great Olympics
Referee: Maxwell Owusu
Tamale City vs RTU (ON TV)
Referee: Mohammed Misbau
King Faisal vs Asante Kotoko (ON TV – 6pm)
Referee: Emmanuel Otoo