Struggling Ghana Premier League side Inter Allies FC will attempt to arrest their winless run when they host WAFA on Saturday in a Match Week 15 fixture.
The Tampico Boys have had a season to forget so far and are currently without a win in their last 7 games.
In fact, they have won once since December 2020. That means Inter Allies have registered just one win in their last 11 games. During this woeful run, they have scored just 5 goals while conceding 15 goals.
This leaves a huge headache for head coach Dani Mujkanovic who was brought on board in the course of the season to save their ship from sinking.
Their recent 2-2 draw against Liberty Professionals away will surely lift up moods in camp as they approach this encounter.
If Inter Allies are struggling then WAFA is limping. The latter has also not been enjoying some good form in recent matches.
The Academy Boys have failed to score in their last 3 games and during this period have picked just one point from a possible 9.
In their last 7 league matches, WAFA have won just one, lost 3 and drawn 3. Their form has given much room for concern from Coach Prosper Narteh-Ogum and he will want the team to halt this run against Inter Allies.
The game takes place at the Accra Sports Stadium with kick off slated for 3pm GMT.
It will be broadcast live on StarTimes Adepa channel 247.
There have been fewer than 3 goals scored in total in each of Inter Allies’s last 4 home games
There has been exactly 1 goal in 8 out of 14 Inter Allies’s Premier League games this season
There has been exactly 1 goal in 5 out of 7 WAFA’s Premier League away games this season
71% of Inter Allies Premier League games this season finished with an odd total number of goals
Inter Allies have lost their last 3 home matches in a row
Inter Allies have won just one of their last 5 Premier League home games
WAFA have won just one of their last 5 Premier League games