AshantiGold SC and Dreams FC shared the spoils at the Len Clay Stadium in Obuasi in the penultimate match of the season on Sunday.
The Miners were held to a scoreless stalemate by the 'Still Believe' outfit.
AshantiGold interim gaffer Thomas Duah made four changes to the lineup that faced Aduana Stars in the last round last Monday in Dormaa Ahenkro.
Burkina Faso import returned to the goalposts in place of Dennis Votere who picked a slight knock at training.
Richard Osei Agyemang and Empem Dacosta replaced Samed Mohammed and Samed Ibrahim in defence respectively in the starting lineup.
Gordon Kusi Brokelyn also came in for captain Amos Addai who is out due to a sickness.
Dreams coach Vladislav Viric made three alterations to the squad that suffered a 1-0 home defeat to Berekum Chelsea last weekend.
Issah Yakubu returned from suspension to take in position in central defence in place of Ibrahim Issah.
Michael Agbekpornu and Emmanuel Ocran paved way for the inclusion of Sylvester Simba and Mohammed Sulemana in the starting places.
AshantiGold came very close to getting the opener as early as the 3rd minute but a crucial goal line clearance by defender Massaudu Abdulai denied the Miners.
Dreams goalkeeper Godfred Amoah produced a spectacular save to prevent Brokelyn's curled shot from getting in the net in the 20th minute.
Defender Frank Akoto tried a long drive at goal in the second half but another incredible save by goalkeeper Amoah stopped AshantiGold from going ahead.
AshantiGold will host Inter Allies FC in the last round of the Ghana Premier League while Dreams will take on Great Olympics in Accra.