Accra Hearts of Oak will play Liberty Professionals in the last of the two home games sanctioned by the FA on Thursday.
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The GFA asked the Phobians to play two of their remaining home matches behind closed doors following crowd violence exhibited by their supporters in their match against Wa All Stars in which they lost by 3-1.
Hearts fans protested against what they deemed as bad officiating and threw bottled water and empty cans of drinks at match referees who had to be whisked away by police under heavy security.
In their last game played behind closed doors, the Rainbow club beat Hasaacas by a lone goal scored by mercurial player, Isaac Mensah.
The Accra based team are in a shape of their lives and would want to clinch all three points at stake in their 14 week encounter with Liberty Professionals to topple Wa All Stars who beat Asante Kotoko on Wednesday to jump to the summit of the league log.