The two second tier clubs have secured their places in the Ghanaian top-flight with a couple of matches left to spare.
Former premier league side Ebusua Dwarfs have made a quick return to the Ghanaian top-flight, just a year after they were relegated.
The Cape Coast side over the weekend drew 0-0 with Sharks FC to open a nine-point gap ahead of the final two matches.
The healthy point gap puts coach J.E Sarpong’s side in a very comfortable position going into the final games of the season.
Dwarfs can afford to lose their last two games and would still go unscathed as the Division One Zone 2 ticket has been firmly grabbed.
Meanwhile, in Zone 3, Dreams FC have also qualified in a fashionable style after opening a seven-point gap to seal their GPL slot in their first attempt.
The Accra-based side, who are coached by former Black Stars captain C.K Akonnor, picked their GPL ticket on Sunday despite losing 2-1 to Kotoku Royals.
Their qualification came earlier than expected as close challengers King Solomon suffered a 2-0 defeat to Okwahu United.
The last slot left will come from Zone One, where the disciplinary committee of the Ghana FA is looking into some bribery allegations against leaders Techiman City.
Meanwhile, two clubs will join BA United in the GPL to be relegated to the second tier when the league resumes on September 6.
About eight clubs including former Caf Champions League and Confederation Cup winners Accra Hearts of Oak are still not safe ahead of the final two matches.