Ghana premier league side, Legon Cities FC are bent on retaining their top flight status despite mixed results in the 2020/21 Ghana premier league season.
The Royals, notwithstanding their sloppy performance in the first and part of the second round, have claimed 12 points in their last five games.
The only defeat, (1-0) came against WAFA at the Sogakope Park in week 25.
Cities have a regional derby against bottom placed Inter Allies on Monday, June 7 at the Accra Sports Stadium at 6:00pm.
Deputy coach, Wahid Mohammed is aware of the Capelli Boys’ threat.
“Against Inter Allies it’s a local derby and a very very crucial game ahead of us.
“While we were playing [FA Cup against Uncle T FC] it was at the back of our mind.
“They won their league match 3-0 against Medeama, that tells you that we have to be extra extra careful.
“We have them in our mind and we will come out victorious on Monday.
“They have a good technical side but as I said we want to win.
“Where we are now we are not safe yet.” Wahid Mohammed said.
Legon Cities have pushed a bit farther out of the drop zone yet are not fully safe as the points difference among the mid-table clubs are close.
They occupy 9th on the league log with 35 points from 27 matches.