FA Cup round 64 pairings; Bechem host Apostles, Kotoko face BYFA

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The Hunters have been handed relatively cheaper opponents as they begin their defence of the oldest club competition

Ghana Football Association held a draw in Accra on Thursday for the round 64 of the 2017 FA Cup to be played between April 20 and 24.

Last season winners Bechem United begin their title defence with a home game against third-tier side Young Wise at Fosu Gyeabour Park while, Asante Kotoko travel to Bekwai to lock horns with second-tier side BYFA. There will be a Central region derby between two premier league clubs Ebusua Dwarfs and Elmina Sharks in Cape Coast and Hearts of Oak, who are seeking to end their seven-years without a trophy, will play host to Sporting Mirren at the Accra Sports Stadium.

Real Tamale United will host premier league debutants Bolga All Stars in the Tamale derby, since the latter have adopted Tamale Utrecht Park for their top-flight home games as well as Dreams FC facing Okyeman Planners in a repeat of the first division league game.

Full fixtures:

Asokwa Deportivo FC vs Ashanti Gold SC

King Faisal FC vs Atwima Mahoni FC

Achiken FC vs New Edubiase FC

Bekwai Youth Academy FC vs Asante Kotoko SC

Inter Allies FC vs Liberty Professionals

Emmanuel FC vs Tema Youth

Young Wise FC vs Great Olympics

True Democracy FC vs Danbort

Amidaus Professionals vs Vision FC

Fijai Real United vs Medeama SC

Dolphins FC vs FC Samartex 1996

Bibiani Stars FC vs Rail Stars FC

Wassaman FC vs Nzema Kotoko FC

Okyeman Planners FC vs Dreams FC

Phar Rangers FC vs Kotoku Royals FC

Ebusua Dwarfs FC vs Elmina Sharks FC

Windy Professionals FC vs Unistar Academy FC

Proud United FC vs Fetteh Youngsters FC

ALKE FC vs WAFA SC

Uncle T Stars FC vs Narita FC

Heart of Lions vs NADM FC

Bolga Soccers Stars FC vs Steadfast FC

Guan United FC vs Tamale Utrecht

RTU FC vs Bolga All Stars

Brong Ahafo United vs Glory Stars

Bechem United vs Young Apostles

Nsoatre FC vs Berekum Chelsea

Unity FC vs Wamanafo NEA Salamina FC

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