The compact defenders of Accra Hearts of Oak will have a lot of work to do this afternoon.
The absence of their carded player in their last match makes it difficult to get them in an advantageous position. The only remedy to solve the back problem is all about carefulness.
Coach Samuel Boadu can fix any player and will perform very well but not to perfection.
Caleb Amankwah was spot on training all the week and will make an incursion in the team likely. It will be a big advantage to the team player if they need him.
Mohammed Alhassan who have gain enough experience with the Hearts of Oak team from WAFA, is now seen not even with the team.
Coach Samuel Boadu will have to apply another tactical and progressive change substitute to take that as an opportunity.
Robert Addo Sowah got the nod to start over Nuru Sulley the player conceded an unnecessary foul and a red card which led to their defeat to Dreams FC last season.
But in this instance, Mohammed Alhassan has been the tall, robust and mastermind defender at the back for the team.
The onus lyes on the coach Boadu to decided who will be fit to occupy the position.
James Sewornu is yet to be seen, Caleb Amankwah have also not been impressive at the back because he has not feel the Center back position with any other player continuously.
Without the assistance captain this is likely how the Phobians will be starting the game this afternoon.
The lineup will not be the same to ensure discipline and submissiveness.
Robert Addo Sowah
Frederick Ansah Botchwey
Daniel Afriyie Barnieh
The players are coming into this game with a lot purposeful mission yet to be accomplished.
Never will it be a headache for coach Samuel Boadu to defend the title if he is able to win this game.
The fortunes of Hearts will change to a more realistic team to compete in the GPL.
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