According to local media reports, AshantiGold SC and Inter Allies are likely to face demotion into the lower divisions with investigations still ongoing.
Both teams have dominated the local media for the wrong reasons after their final game of the 2020/21 Ghana Premier League game.
The Miners recorded a shocking 7-0 win over relegated side Inter Allies at the Len Clay Stadium.
Allies defender Hashmin Musah scored two deliberate own goals.
The centre-back narrated that he intentionally scored the two own goals because they were told the game is placed under a bet on a correct score of 5-1 reason he netted those bizarre own goals.
"Before the start of the game [against AshantiGold SC] at our hotel, I heard that the game has been fixed to end in a 5-1 win in favour of AshantiGold SC.
“I decided to spoil the planned outcome of the fixture by scoring two own goals,” Musah told Kumasi FM.
"I am a Muslim and I don’t support betting because it’s against our doctrines.
''I later told my coach Felix Aboagye before my introduction in the second half that I’ll spoil the planned 5-1 win for AshantiGold SC. I was congratulated by the team after the game," he added.
On Monday, both teams have been charged by the Ghana Football Association [GFA] and are currently under check after been alledged of playing a fixed game over the weekend.
The two sides have released statement to deny those allegations with serious investigations still on course and are both likely to face demotions into the country’s fourth and fifth tier with huge fines should they be found guilty.
AshantiGold SC finished the season on the 9th position with 45 points, while Inter Allies got relegated having ended at the bottom of the league with 26 points.