The Phobians touched down at the match venue on Wednesday and, quickly took to the training pitch to continue with their preparations for this GPL Matchday 26 encounter.
View some interesting pictures of the training:
Coach Samuel Boadu and his team will move to the top of the stairs if they win this fixture with the rest of the of the weekend's action to be played on Saturday and Sunday.
The game will be played at the Ohene Ameyaw Park, and, Hearts will be in high spirits for this encounter having won their last three matches.
A win will help their quest in trying to win a first top-level title since the campaign of 2008/09, and, they will give it their all for 90 minutes.
This is what fans of the Phobians will be looking up for from the team and, it is expected that they will turn out in their numbers this afternoon to cheer the team on to victory.
However, they will come up against an Eleven Wonders side that is fighting hard to avoid the drop to the second tier and on home soil, will make things difficult for the visitors.
Wonders themselves, are sounding very positive about their chances of winning this encounter, and, they will be up for it as they seek to steer clear of the relegation zone with nine matches to end the season.
An uncompromising encounter is therefore in store for fans in Techiman this afternoon as these two sides go in search of the three points to aid their respective ambitions.
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