West African Football Academy (WAFA) would hope to maintain their position as leaders of the Southern Zone log of the GFA Normalisation Committee’s Special Cup competition when they play as visitors to Ebusua Dwarfs at the Cape Coast Stadium on Wednesday.
The Sogakope-based side are unbeaten in the competition so far with three wins and three draws from six games and will look to end the first round of the competition with a vital result in Cape Coast.
However, Ebusua Dwarfs, who are the whipping boys of the group and lie at the bottom are poised to make it a second consecutive home victory after beating Inter Allies 1-0, when they host the academy boys from Sogakope.
Dwarfs haven’t been impressive in the competition so far with just one victory, one draw and four defeats from six games and a win today will surely put them in a good position ahead of the second round of games of the competition.
The Cape-Coast side’s only victory in the competition came in their last game when they recorded a 1-0 away victory over hosts Inter Allies in Tema.
The two sides met in April last year during the Premier League season. The encounter ended in a 2-3 victory in favour of WAFA.
Dwarfs would need to put up a good performance to prevent WAFA from recording a second consecutive away victory at the Cape Coast stadium.
WAFA's starting lineup against Dwarfs:
Sabi Acquah (Goalkeeper), Abukari Ibrahim, Konadu Yiadom, Youssifou Atte, Terry Yegbe-Prosper Ahiabu, Andrews Ntim- Forson Amankwah-Justice Amate, Kingsford Opoku, and Daniel Owusu.