The two face off on Sunday September 17 at Tema’s Community 4 Court to decide which team seals second place in Group A since Police is second on the standings with Lions a position behind.
Police has 22 points from 12 games played this season winning ten while Lions have 21 points to show for all season; the team has lost three times.
Group leader Nungua Coldstore has 25 points which means a win for either team will not be enough to usurp Coldstore’s position.
The 2016 Champions are on track to face Junior Reformers in the postseason first round with the latter side sitting fourth in the standings.
The second and third seeds will contest for one of Group A’s final game spot meaning aside Sunday’s anticipated match, the two teams will be seeing each other soon afterwards.
Both teams have lost twice already this season to Coldstore in the regular season.
By Yaw Adjei-Mintah
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