The top two sides, the Porcupine Warriors and the Phobians, will have to overcome tricky opponents in their away matches this weekend in the Ghana top flight
Going into the week seven fixtures, newly-promoted side, Inter Allies have emerged as the first side to tinker with their technical bench after a string of poor results.
The Tema-based club appointed veteran coach Herbert Addo on Thursday to head the technical team and relegated Kenneth Koomson to the role of deputy coach.
Under Koomson, Inter Allies have lost all six matches and are left at the bottom of the six-week old table.
Addo’s reign will start this Sunday when his side are welcomed at the Essipong Stadium by returnees Sekondi Hasaacas.
Hasaacas have also had an unimpressive run after picking just three points out of a possible 18 and are placed 15th, just one step ahead of their opponents.
That match will certainly be interesting as the two desperate sides continue to chase their first win of the season.
Elsewhere, Kumasi Asante Kotoko will be making a trip to Bechem to face off with Bechem United. The Porcupine Warriors have not dropped a single point this season and will want to extend their winning streak to seven matches. But the defending champions must be bracing up for yet another stern test.
Accra Hearts of Oak who have the best away record together with Asante Kotoko are scheduled to take on a rejuvenated Kpando Heart of Lions at the Kpando Stadium.
At the Golden City Park in Berekum, Berekum Chelsea and New Edubiase United who have both had a very patch campaign will square off.
Liberty Professionals will take on Aduana Stars in Accra while Wa All Stars travel to Tema to play against Amidaus Professionals.
The Len Clay Stadium in Obuasi will host Ashantigold and Ebusua Dwarfs.
Before the bulk of the matches are played on Sunday, King Faisal will be doing battle with Medeama Sc at the Baba Yara Stadium in Kumasi this afternoon.