The biggest derby in Ghana’s capital, Accra is four days away with Hearts of Oak facing off with Great Olympics.
The “Mantse” derby comes up at the Accra Sports Stadium on Sunday, June 6.
Hearts of Oak, 20-times league champions lost 2-0 to Olympics in the first round at the same venue and will look to replicate the same feat on Sunday.
Hearts of Oak have however won their last five matches under the guidance of coach Samuel Boadu.
The clash will be a technical battle between coach Annor Walker of Olympics and Samuel Boadu of Hearts of Oak.
With Boadu going five games unbeaten, Olympics centre forward, Maxwell Abbey Quaye believes it is time to break the winning streak.
Hearts of Oak lead the 2020/21 league table with 49 points from 27 matches, two better than rivals, Asante Kotoko.
Great Olympics are 3rd on the league table with 44 points.