League leaders Accra Hearts of Oak could be knocked-off their perch tomorrow after succumbing to a 3-0 thrashing against West Africa Football Academy on Saturday at Sogakope.
The Phobians (39 points), headed into the tie boasting a slender one-point lead over second placed Wa All Stars and a two-point lead over third placed Aduana Stars.
However, a brace from Togolese international, Komlan Agbegniadan and another goal by Charles Boateng ensured that they lost their first away match of the season.
Sergio Traguil's side never got going on the slick astro-turf surface at the WAFA Park while their hosts masterfully displayed tiki-taka football to their enthusiastic patrons.
The result means Hearts could plunge to third place tomorrow if All Stars emerge victorious in a home clash with Bechem United and Aduana Stars manage to escape with maximum points at relegation-threatened Sekondi Hasaacas.
WAFA moved to fifth place with 33 points after their latest victory.
WAFA XI: Razak Abalora - Mohammed Alhassan, Wahab Ibrahim, Gideon Waja, Caleb Amankwa - Abubakari Ibrahim, Emmanuel Boateng, Martin Antwi, Charles Boateng - Prince Ampem, Komlan Agbengniadan (MVP).
Hearts XI: Abdoulaye Soulama - Kassenu Ghandy, Owusu Bempah, Robin Gnagne, Richard Akrofi - Mustapha Essuman, Patrick Razak, Leonard Tawiah, Musah Ibrahim, Samudeen Ibrahim, Isaac Mensah.