Accra Hearts of Oak will have their eyes set on a revenge when they host Tema Youth in the match-day 24 of the 2016/17 Ghana Premier League season at the Accra Sports Stadium on Sunday.
Hearts will hope to beat Tema Youth to redeem themselves after their 2 -0 defeat suffered at the hands of the Tema based side in the first round.
The Phobians were not in action last weekend after their crunchy duel with Kotoko was canceled due to Kotoko’s accident in Nkawkaw.
Despite not playing last weekend, Coach Nuttal’s men have been preparing well for this weekend’s fixture as they seek to redeem themselves from the hands of Tema Youth.
The team will hope to keep their consistency with another win on Sunday after a win over Berekum Chelsea at the Accra Sports Stadium last Wednesday.
With a tough game between their biggest regional rivals Greta Olympics around the corner, a win for the Phobians will not only give them the 3 points but a moral booster for them in their next fixture when they face Great Olympics the next weekend.
Hearts of Oak have been very impressive at home this season wining seven and losing once with others ending in a draw
Coach Nuttall’s side were handed a favorable draw in the FA cup on Tuesday and they will be hosting Danbort in the last 8 of the cup competition but all their attention will return to the league and the game against Tema Youth.
However the Harbour boys led by inform striker Joseph Paintsil will also coming into the game with the aim of recording the double over Hearts.
Tema Youth have promised to cause an upset at the Accra Sports Stadium like how they did to Great Olympics when they beat them some weeks ago.
In Cape Coast, Ebusua Dwarfs will take on Wa All Stars whiles Liberty host Ashantigold to the Karl Reindoff Park in Dansoman.
In Elmina, Sharks will play as host to Bechem United before Inter Alies face Greta Olympics at the El Wak Stadium. The game between Bolga All Stars and Berekum Chelsea will come off in Tamale respectively.
The game between WAFA and Asante Kotoko has been postponed to a later date due to the unfit nature of the Reds players to play after their accident in Nkawkaw.