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RELEGATION: Deep analysis on how Hearts Of Oak could survive or get relegated in the Ghana Premier League

Accra Hearts of Oak, the renowned football club, finds itself in a precarious position on the verge of relegation if their upcoming match against Berekum Chelsea does not yield a favorable outcome. The team experienced success in the past, winning the Ghana Premier League two years ago and the FA Cup a year ago under the leadership of Samuel Boadu. However, unfortunate circumstances unfolded after Boadu’s departure as head coach, leading to a decline in their performance.


At present, Accra Hearts of Oak sits in the 11th position with 45 points, while their upcoming opponents, Berekum Chelsea, hold the 10th position with 46 points. To secure their survival in the ongoing Premier League, the Phobians must either emerge victorious or secure a draw against Chelsea in Berekum.

Alternatively, Accra Hearts of Oak’s fate could also be influenced by the outcome of the match between current league leaders, Medeama, and Tamale City. If Medeama manages to win or secure a draw against Tamale City, it could work in favor of Hearts of Oak. It’s important to note that Tamale City also requires a victory to maintain their position in the league. A triumph for Medeama would not only aid Hearts of Oak but also result in Medeama lifting the league trophy ahead of Bechem United.

Furthermore, a defeat or draw for Karela, Great Olympics, or Legon Cities would not have an adverse impact on Hearts of Oak’s survival chances. These factors contribute to the Phobians having an estimated 80 percent probability of avoiding relegation in the Betpawa Premier League.

In conclusion, Accra Hearts of Oak faces a critical juncture in their quest for survival. The outcome of their match against Berekum Chelsea, as well as the results of other key matches involving Medeama and various rival teams, will determine their fate in the league.

Produced by: Dasmani B Mohammed

Dasmani B Mohammed

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