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Medeama Sporting Club is on the verge of making history as they sit just one point away from clinching their first-ever Ghana Premier League title.

Despite a goalless draw against Samartex on Sunday, Medeama SC remain in a strong position to secure the championship.

A victory in the match would have sealed the title for Medeama, but Samartex put up a resilient performance, earning a valuable point.

However, Medeama’s consistent performance throughout the season has placed them in a favourable position to claim the title and bring it back to the Western region after more than four decades. The last team from the region to win the league was Hasaacas in 1978.

Medeama face Tamale City at Akoon Park in Tarkwa on the final day of the season. It’s a crucial game as they cannot afford to underestimate their opponents.

Tamale City are fighting to stay in the top flight and avoid relegation. The first encounter between the two teams ended in a goalless draw, indicating that Medeama need to be fully focused and determined to secure the necessary points for the historic title win.

King Faisal have suffered relegation from the Ghana Premier League, becoming the second team after Kotoku Royals were relegated last month.

King Faisal’s fate was sealed on Sunday, with the final team to be confirmed next weekend.

In their penultimate game, King Faisal secured a 3-1 victory over Legon Cities at home. However, despite their win, it was not enough to secure their position in the top flight for the next season, and they will now compete in the Division One League.

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The season has been a mixed bag for King Faisal. While they have experienced poor performances leading to their relegation from the league, they still have a chance to win their first major trophy this season.

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