Berry Ladies FC v Hasaacas Ladies FC: A big rivalry approaches in the Ghana Women’s Premier League this weekend as Berry Ladies FC face Hasaacas Ladies FC. The two have been fierce rivals for years due to the fact that they would be battling at the top of the league for a long period of time. Now, with Berry Ladies FC back in Malta Guinness WPL’s top 5 flight, and the two only 6 points apart, the rivalry has returned, and it is great for fans of both clubs as well as neutral fans.
Berry Ladies Football Club defender Cynthia Boakye Yiadom will be part of the squad after serving her one match ban following her yellow card against Thunder Queens FC on January 28th, 2023.
Jacqueline Amponsah might miss out of this game against Hasaacas Ladies FC because of her yellow card during the Ridge City Fc last weekend.
Coach Freeman Amponsah will take charge of Berry Ladies FC as of head coach. He says several unnamed players are nursing “bumps and bruises” following Saturday’s victory at Home against Ridge City FC.
Comfort Yeboah and Cynthia Boakye Yiadom returns from suspension but Elizabeth Linking and Princess Boakye Ansah remain sidelined.
What date does Berry Ladies FC play Hasaacas Ladies FC?
Berry Ladies Football Club and Hasaacas Ladies FC meet this weekend. The game will be played on Saturday, 11th February 2023. The kick-off time for this game is 3:00 PM GMT.
Where will Berry Ladies FC vs Hasaacas Ladies FC be played?
Berry Ladies FC are the home side for this match against Hasaacas Ladies FC, and due to this, the game will be played at Madina Astroturf. This will be the second time that the two teams play this season, and no doubt Berry Ladies FC are huge favorites.
Berry Ladies FC Predicted XI: Abigail Tawia Mensah; Elizabeth Ayebea, Regina Donkor, Comfort Yeboah, Martha Appiah; Cynthia B Yiadom, Ernestina Amoateng; Victoria Salifu, Jafaru Rahama, Portia Sakyiwa; Hannah Buabeng
Hasaacas Ladies FC Predicted XI: Doris, Grace, Abiba, Linda, Doreen; Faustina, Rubby, Linda Epo; Mary Opoku, Fatima, Ama Bennie
Coach Freeman’s side beat Thunder Queens Fc and Ridge City FC at the two weekends fixtures to go fifth in the table after Hasaacas Ladies Fc dropped points and will be looking to consolidate that here at Madina Astroturf
OTHER NEWS AND FACTS
Priscilla Agyemang Sintim – Still dividing opinion, but Coach Freeman seems sufficiently happy with the Defensive Midfielder’s progress and that is what counts.
Ernestina Amoateng – Her numbers are starting to pick back up again after either a goal or assist in each of her last six Ghana Women Premier League games. But she had been performing well even before that spike.
Jafaru Rahama – One of the Ghana Women’s Premier League’s most in-form goal scorers and assist creator will be going up against the leakiest defence and her former team and colleagues.
Portia Asante – Goalkeeper Portia Asante has being nursing a fresh injury setback so there is little chance of one of the best Goalkeepers in the history of the Ghana Women’s Premier League being displaced just yet.
Abigail Tawiah Mensah – Her long-term future is assured, although there are no doubts about who will don the gloves for Berry Ladies FC this weekend as her consistent form continues to amaze fans.
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