The race for the 2020/21 Ghana premier league title is getting keener with Hearts of Oak and Kotoko battling it out.
Hearts of Oak reclaimed top spot with 49 points after Benjamin Afutu and Kwadwo Obeng Junior’s goals gave them a 2-0 win in Accra over Berekum Chelsea.
Kotoko drew goalless at the Agyemang Badu Park against Aduana Stars to drop two points behind their rivals.
Great Olympics midfielder, James Akaminko says it is too early to determine who wins the league despite the battle at the top of the league between Hearts and Kotoko.
“The chance is still open for any of the top five teams to win the title.
“From the first to fifth position, the possibility of one coming for it it’s high.
“Let’s not concentrate much on the front two, Hearts of Oak SC and Asante Kotoko SC.The league is still tight for all”, he told Ghanasportscenter.
“Considering our current performance as a team everything is possible for us, the remaining matches are enough to spearhead other clubs before the season ends.” he concluded.
Olympics will prepare against Hearts of Oak in a regional derby at the Accra Sports Stadium on Sunday, May 6.
Kotoko are at home to AshantiGold at the Len Clay Stadium Stadium, same day as Hearts of Oak.