Ghana premier league leaders, Hearts of Oak, have a tough test at the Accra Sports Stadium on Sunday, June 13.
The Phobians welcome their head coach, Samuel Boadu’s former club, Medeama SC for match day 29.
Hearts of Oak suffered a 2-0 defeat against the Mauve and Yellow in the first round at the Akoon Park.
Hearts midfielder, Emmanuel Nettey is unperturbed about Medeama and any other club’s threat in the league.
“We are going to work on our next match and hopefully we get the three points,” Emmanuel Nettey said.
“We are ready to meet any side, we are ready to pick match after match, we are ready for our three points.
“We don’t care who we are playing against.
“We are coming onto the field with just one motive, to get the three maximum points at the end of the game.” Emmanuel Nettey added.
Nettey scored a sumptuous long range shot in the 1-1 draw “Mantse” derby against Great Olympics on Sunday.
The former Inter Allies midfielder is now a dominant force in Hearts of Oak’s midfield having struggled with injuries in recent times.
The 20-time Ghana premier league champions are top of the Ghana premier league table with goals difference but on 50 points as rivals, Asante Kotoko.