WAFA SC will be ending their best ever season in the Ghana topflight at home when they welcome Medeama SC on Sunday at the Sogakope park.
The Academy Boys will finish the campaign on the 2nd position no matter the results they record in their last game of the season.
In spite of sealing the 2nd position, they seek to extend their home invincibility to 44 games without a loss, breaking Berekum Chelsea's 43 home unbeaten record.
With a clean sheet on Sunday against the Mauves and Yellow, they will also end the season as the best defensive side by being the least conceding club.
Komlan Agbegniadan has joined Ivorian giants ASEC Mimosas, he is out of this game.
Daniel Agbloe Lomotey remains on the sidelines due to an injury.
Medeama SC are making the journey to WAFA SC this weekend with a top four finish on the cards.
They are just two points behind 4th placed Asante Kotoko SC who travel to relegation battling Liberty Professionals on Sunday.
Their victory against Hearts of Oak last weekend took them to 41 points, a mark any team fighting to beat the drop will need to secure a topflight status.
Influential midfielder Justice Blay and centre back Ibrahim Yaro are expected to be fit to face the Academy Boys this weekend.
This fixture could be the last game for Evans Augustine Adotey as the head coach of the Mauves.
HEAD TO HEAD
Total league meetings = 5
WAFA SC wins = 1
Medeama SC wins = 3
Drawn matches = 1
~ WAFA SC have managed only two wins in their last eight fixtures in the premier league.
(W2 D1 L5)
~ Medeama SC have won just two of their last six matches in the premier league.
(W2 D1 L3)
~ WAFA SC have not lost in any of their last forty three home games in the premier league.
(W33 D10 L0)
~ Medeama SC have recorded only one victory in their last six fixtures in the premiership as the visitors.
(W1 D1 L4)
~ WAFA SC are winless in their last four clashes with Medeama SC in the premier league.
(W0 D1 L3)
~ Medeama SC have picked just one point from their two journeys to WAFA SC in the premier league.
(W0 D1 L1)
~ WAFA SC have managed to keep eleven clean sheets in their fourteen home games in the premiership this season.
~ Medeama SC have kept just three clean sheets at away in the league this campaign after fourteen matches.
By Nuhu Adams