Richard Attah & York start as Samuel Boadu makes two changes in Hearts XI vs Dreams FC

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The Phobians boss has altered his starting line up that thrashed Accra Lions last weekend as they prepare to face Dreams FC this afternoon

Hearts of Oak coach Samuel Boadu has made two changes in his side ahead of matchday 27 fixture against Dreams FC in Ghana Premier League at the Accra Sports Stadium on Sunday.

After hammering Accra Lions 3-0 in the Accra derby last weekend, the Phobians are hoping to make it two wins in a row in order to breath life back into their Top Four aspirations.

As a result, goalkeeper Richard Attah has been handed his first start and will replace Richmond Ayi. He has been out four almost almost two months after he sustained an injury against Aduana Stars.

The bulky goalie has been out of action since March 13 and has missed eight matches in all competitions as a result.

Also, youngster Benjamin York will take over the position of Kwadwo Obeng Junior, according to your authoritative news outfit AshesGyamera.com. He will partner Afriyie Barnieh and Ibrahim Salifu in a front-three attack.

In midfield, Frederick Ansah Botchwey will combine with Gladson Awako and Suraj Seidu in a triangle shape.

Caleb Amankwah will partner skipper Mohammed Alhassan in central defence while Samuel Inkoom and Dennis Nkrumah Korsah take over the right and left back positions respectively.

Dreams come into this game on the back of a draw at home against King Faisal and new coach Ignatius Osei-Fosu will be eyeing his first win since taking over a fortnight ago.

Hearts XI vs Dreams FC:

Richard Attah, Samuel Inkoom, Dennis Korsah, Mohammed Alhassan, Caleb Amankwa, Frederick Ansah Botchwey, Suraj Seidu, Gladson Awako, Ibrahim Salifu, Benjamin York, Daniel Afriyie Barnieh

Dreams FC XI vs Hearts:

Augustine Koomson, Abdul Jalilu, Kingsley Owusu, Suleman Fahadu, Agyenim Boateng Mensah, Abdulai Ibrahim, Simba Silvester, Maxwell Arthur, Issah Yakubu, Kofi Boakye, Clement Boahene

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