The second round of the Ghana Premier League kicked off over the weekend across eight match centres with one game still to come
On Friday King Faisal snatched a late 2-1 victory over struggling WAFA in Sogakope while Hearts of Oak were held to a 1-1 against Legon Cities at the El Wak Sports Stadium.
On Sunday, Asante Kotoko, after a disappointing turnout in the opening half, beat Dreams FC 2-0 as Franck Mbella Etouga bagged a brace.
Bechem United did little match up Kotokoâ€™s win as they were beaten by Medeama SC with a 1-0 scoreline in Tarkwa.
The results for the top two teams on the league table now means the Porcupine Warriors now extend their lead at the top of the standings after 18 games.
Elsewhere, Aduana Stars returned to winning ways as they ended Karela Unitedâ€™s four-game unbeaten run with a 2-0 scoreline thanks to a brace from Bright Agyei, who also continued from where he left off in the first round.
Ashanti Gold suffered a disappointing defeat at the hands of Eleven Wonders, who thumped the Obuasi-based side with a 4-1 scoreline away from home.
Berekum Chelsea also saw off debutants Bibiani Gold Stars at the Golden City Park in Berekum, managing a 1-0 victory.
On Monday, Great Olympics will lock horns with Real Tamale United at the Accra Sports Stadium.
TOP SCORERS AFTER WEEK 18
Frank Mbella Etouga (Asante Kotoko) â€“ 13
Bright Adjei (Accra Stars) â€“ 11
Augustine Okrah (Bechem United) â€“ 8
David Abagna (RTU) â€“ 8
Kofi Kordzi (Hearts Of Oak) â€“ 7
Maxwell Quaye (Great Olympics) â€“ 7
Umar Basiru (Karela United ) â€“ 7
Zubairu Ibrahim (King Faisal) â€“ 7
Agyenim Boateng (Dreams FC) â€“ 6
Ali Huzaf (Dreams FC) â€“ 6
Fatawu Issahaku (Dreams FC) â€“ 6
Osman Ibrahim (King Faisal) â€“ 6