Hearts of Oak and Great Olympics will renew their age-old rivalry on Sunday when they lock horns in the week six of the Ghana premier league clash at the Accra Sports Stadium.
The regional derby game term the “Mantse derby” will see two of Accra’s best teams battle for supremacy.
Both sides have had a difficult start in the league so far with just a win for Hearts and not a single win for Great Olympics.
The Phobians have been able to amassed 6 points out of 15 whiles the “Agosu” lads have just 2 points from a possible 15.
But despite the poor show from both clubs, tomorrow’s game promises to be full of thrills and fireworks.
Hearts of Oak fans and players have vowed to carry the day on Sunday but player coach Godwin attram believes his side stand a better chance of winning the game.
Olympics are eyeing their first win this season over their regional rivals and has vowed to silence the loud-mouth phobia fans after the end of the game.
Their last meeting at the Accra Sports Stadium in a league match ended in a barren draw but will be hoping tomorrow’s game records more goals.
In other related games, Inter Allies and Aduana Stars will begin the weekend fixtures on Saturday at the El Wak Sports Stadium while Liberty Professionals host Ebusua Dwarfs at the Karl Reindoff park in Dansoman with Tema Youth locking horns with WAFA in Sogakope.
Ashgold will play as guest to Bechem United at the Len Clay stadium in Obuasi with Elmina Sharks taking on Berekum Chelsea at the nduom stadium before Medeama take on Wa All Stars in Tarkwa.