The Glo Premier League will continue on Sunday with six matches lined up for match-day-17 as Asante Kotoko and New Edubiase turn to continental football.
Matches involving both Kotoko and Edubiase have been rescheduled to March 20 but the rest of the pack will be in action in their quest for points and positions on the table.
Sunday's key matches are expected to influence events at the top and bottom of the table.
All eyes will be on the happenings at the T&A Park where leaders, Medeama engage relegation 'candidates' for now, Hearts of Oak.
Medeama, who have a 3-point lead at the top of the table will seek to consolidate their lead while the Phobians, lying 14th will attempt to push out of the bottom three.
Defeat to Medeama will see David Duncan's side further distant from the top but a win for the Phobians will turn the heat on the Tarkwa side.
At the Tema Park this weekend, Amidaus Professionals and Berekum Chelsea clash in the race for a top-four placing and possibly the title.
Only one point separates both sides as the league's surprise package, Amidaus, sit fourth on the table ahead of Chelsea, who are lying sixth.
AshantiGold will continue forcing their way into the top four, but they need to overcome Wa All Stars, who were largely inconsistent in the first round when the Blues visit them at the Len Clay Stadium.
Fifth-placed Ebusua Dwarfs will travel to the Kpando Park as guest of Heart of Lions.
After opening their second round campaign with a four-goal rout against Medeama, lots will be expected from Tema Youth when they visit the Golden City Park to pay second from bottom, Berekum Arsenals.
Winless and five points to their credit after 16 matches, Real Tamale United prop up fifteen other sides on the table as they make the trip to the Carl Reindorf Park to face Liberty Professionals.
It's a season that the Tamale-based side have remained poor and unconvincing. Perhaps, their revival might start far away from home and against, Liberty.