Ghana Premier League (GPL) action returns this Sunday at the Baba Yara Sports Stadium where Kumasi Asante Kotoko will engage Inter Allies in the biggest fixture of the week.
The competition went on a week break as a result of the FIFA international break.
But without qualifiers in Africa and Ghana failing to play an international friendly, FA Cup matches were honored in place.
But the return this Sunday will see a mouthwatering clash that will pitch a championship aspirant against a middle ranked team that has been struggling for survival in the past two seasons.
Fans would watch how former Asante Kotoko midfielder, Prince Baffoe perform against his former club and in front of his supporters.
Coming from a 4-1 home defeat in the hands of visiting WAFA in a third week outstanding game, Wa All Stars will be in more trouble when they travel to the Agyeman Badu Park at Dormaa to play Aduana Stars.
Elsewhere, Berekum Chelsea will be at home against Accra Hearts of Oak with Accra Great Olympics returning to the Accra Sports Stadium to face the might of Ebusua Dwarfs.
Oly was unlucky not to win all three points in their previous game with Medeama where they led until the last minute of the game.
They appear to be getting their act together as Emmanuel Amartey, Benjamin Arthur, Asiamah Badu, Adom Ampofo, Abel Manomey and Bernardinho Tetteh improve their performance.
However, they have lacked coordination when they attack with Tetteh failing to find the attackers with his passes.
This is one myth Godwin Attram must unravel if they hope to secure their first win on the field of play and avoid a repeat of the troubles posed by Inter Allies, WAFA and Elmina Sharks.
Tema Youth will engage Medeama at the Tema Stadium; WAFA will play as guest of Bechem United; Ashantigold will host Bolga All Stars at the Len Clay Stadium in Obuasi with Liberty travelling to Elmina to play Elmina Sharks at the Nduom Stadium.