Accra Hearts of Oak have left town to Mali to partake in their first leg CAF Confederation Cup.
The Phobians will be away against AS Real Bamako in the first leg of the second qualifiers in Bamako.
The first leg of the game will come up on Saturday with the Phobians hosting the Malian club in the reverse fixture a week after the first leg.
The Phobians were a toast of their fans last two seasons where they swept the board, winning the domestic treble.
The won the league title ahead of their arch rivals, Asante Kotoko before moving on to annex the MTN FA Cup where they defeated now demoted AshantiGold.
They defeated the Miners by 8-7 on penalty shootouts after the entire game ended goalless at the Accra Sports Stadium.
The Phobians won the MTN FA Cup last season and returned to the CAF Confederation and they will face AS Real Bamako of Mali.
The new coach, David Ocloo however did not include former AshantiGold midfielder, Eric Esso for trip likewise Isaac Mensah.
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