John Killa and his academy boys will be at home this Sunday when Sekondi Hasaacas visit them at Sogakope.
WAFA SC have been boosted by the return of talented midfielder Majeed Ashimeru who returned to training this week after recovering from an ankle injury.
The Academy Boys made a bright start in their opener giants Asante Kotoko where they posted a comprehensive 2-0 win.
WAFA SC walloped the Western Giants 4-1 last season in the league at the WAF Stadium.
Hasaacas will be buoyed by last Saturday’s 4-2 win over Techiman City FC to make amends for their opening 3-0 defeat at Wa All Stars.
Head to Head
Total matches played = 8
West African Football Academy wins = 4
Drawn games = 1
Sekondi Hasaacas wins = 3
*WAFA SC are unbeaten at home in fifteen league matches. (W11 D4 L0)
*Sekondi Hasaacas have won one and lost four of their last five away fixtures in the league.
*WAFA SC are yet to lose to Sekondi Hasaacas at home in four meetings. (W3 D1 L0)
*Sekondi Hasaacas are joint top scoring football club in the league so far. They have scored four goals in two games.
*The Academy side have kept four clean sheets in their last five home fixtures.
*The Western giants have conceded in each of their last seven away matches in the premier league.
*Sekondi Hasaacas are also the highest conceding club in the 2015/2016 Ghana Premier League after two matches.
By Nuhu Adams