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Statistics that show how Hearts of Oak need to be careful of this Algerian side- P Kay

JS Saoura is one of the teams that have been in the CAF Confederation Cup due to their impact in their league last season.

They face of with Hearts of Oak a club from Ghana and they have everything in possession.

The Phobians beat them hands down with 2-0. The team from Algeria has placed much emphasis in the house of their league. What they keep suffering from is their inability to win from home.

Their away matches is very bad with 16 matches loss and 3 matches draw but their home performance is outstanding. The team is well poised and prepared before coming to Ghana.

But the Ghanaian team was beyond their control with the kind of balls they played. Saoura have won 25 matches in their home without any draw.

This was the performance they put up from last season to their season to show their strength ahead of the game.

They always play like and unusual team in Africa and their behaviour to frustrate any opponent especially from the other countries especially not from the North. These are some of the antiques which didn’t work out for the team.

The referee saw it earlier and started given them cautions and cards to prevent them from misbehaving and let the game flow.

Hearts of Oak need not to shiver or panic but just be weary of the performance of the team, looking at the home performance of the team so far.

It is a free scoring team, which likes to score more goals when they get the advantage to do so.

From their caption in their message to their fans today, they stated “ Our performance, judgment and will come back with a victory over their opponent at all cost”. This is what the North African teams meant by winning with a hook or crook.

Then the Phobians must be discipline and play better than what they used to, the team came here to play.

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