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Theatre Of Dreams To Host Hearts-Legon Cities On Saturday:

Theatre Of Dreams To Host Hearts-Legon Cities On Saturday:

As matchday-27 approaches, the Dawu Park, the Theatre of Dreams will be the centre of attraction on Saturday afternoon, as team Hearts of Oak face off against Legon Cities in what promises to be a thrilling and interesting encounter.

In the lead-up to this match, the statistics paint a picture of fierce competition and closely contested match. Over the last five meetings between these two sides, only one victory has been recorded, with the remaining encounters ending in draws. 

In all, Hearts of Oak have emerged triumphant on ten occasions, while Legon Cities have claimed victory nine times, leaving nine matches deadlocked in stalemate.

Team Hearts of Oak will go into the game with the confidence gained from a convincing win over Karela United in matchday-26. The resounding victory served as a timely reminder of the team’s resolve to turn things around and put smiles on the faces of Phobians.  

There seem to be a sense of belief in the team’s ability to overcome any challenge, especially after a few setbacks from its previous games.

On the other hand, Legon Cities, coming from the back of a defeat to Medeama in their most recent encounter, will be eager to bounce back at the Dawu turf, their newly adopted home ground.

With both teams hungry for victory and eager to dominate, team Hearts of Oak will look to build on its recent success and continue with a win, while Legon Cities will be determined to defend their turf and secure a vital three points. They will certainly come up against a very determined and focused Hearts team led by an experienced trainer.

Coach Ouattara and his boys have been working the whole week preparing towards this game and they know very well that nothing apart from hard work will fulfil their hearts' desire to return to the capital with good news.

Hearts will certainly enjoy massive support from our travelling fans who have promised to fill the Theatre of Dreams in their huge numbers to cheer the team on.