Hearts of Oak beat Liberty Professionals by lone goal to record two consecutive win on the run after the exit of Coach Kosta Papic.
The Rainbow boys dominated the game from the onset but made no incursion at goal as the game remain barren in the first half.
The visitors continued their dominance in the second half dictating the pace of the game and eventually broke the deadlock on the 76th minutes, kind courtesy Isaac Mensah who came on from the bench to replace Kojo Obeng Junior.
Isaac Mensah was adjudged Man of the Match as he helped his side pick up the 3 maximum points.
West Africa Football Association (WAFA) came from a goal down to beat Karela United at the Red Bull Arena, Sogakope.
Kwame Boateng scored the opener for Karela on the 16th minutes but Augustine Peprah leveled for the home side four minutes after. Andrews Ntim scored the second goal to record a 2-1 first half win for WAFA.
Lawrence Agyekum registered his name on the score sheet at the dying embers of the game to record a 3-1 victory over Karela United as the Sogakope boys dominated the second half.
Joseph Esso hits hat trick as Dreams FC thumped AshantiGold at the theater of dreams by 4-1.
The forward scored from the spot just 6 minutes into the game. The home side kept the one goal lead until the end of the first half.
Esso added two goals in the second half to put his side in a comfortable lead.
4 minutes to the end of the game, the Miners got the consolation through David Sandan Abgna before Agyenim Boateng made it four for Dreams FC.
Asante Kotoko against Bechem United game postponed due to heavy rainfall.
Great Olympics will welcome Brekum Chelsea at the Accra Sports Stadium today.
Ebusua Dwarfs 1-0 King Faisal
WAFA 3-1 Karela United
Medeama SC 2-1 Eleven Wonders
Aduana Stars 2-1 Inter Allies
Liberty Professionals 0-1 Hearts of Oak
Legon Cities 2-0 Elmina Sharks
Dreams FC 4-1 AshantiGold