Hearts of Oak have refused to panic, despite mounting pressure in the Phobian camp ahead of Sunday's match with table toppers, Kessben FC.
Defeat by Kessben would leave Hearts, the champions, trailing the Glo Premier League leaders by nine points after three matches into the start of the season.
Ayman El Yamani, new coach of the Phobians, hopes to prevent a third successive defeat and calm fan anger. Hearts' poor start though early days yet came against two of the top four sides. And against Kessben in a late kick off match at the Ohene Djan Stadium, the Phobians will be seeking to turn around their season.
While the champions struggle, archrivals, Asante Kotoko who picked up their first win in midweek will be up for a difficult game at the Len Clay Stadium against an in form AshantiGold side. Heart of Lions will attempt to get things right at the Kpando Park where they New Edubiase after their defeat on Wednesday.
Hasaacas, who have made an impressive start travel to Kumasi to play King Faisal with Liberty Professionals hosting Chelsea at the Carl Reindorf Park.
All Stars will be away at the Golden City Park where they play Berekum Arsenals as Real Tamale United take on Aduana Stars at the Tamale Stadium. At the Sekondi Sports Stadium, home side, Eleven Wise will play Great Olympics.
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