Aduana Stars defender Paul Aidoo has envisaged a stern test in their Wednesday's CAF Confederation Cup clash against Raja Casablanca at the Dormaa Nana Agyemang Badu II Park.
The Ghana Premier League champions commenced the continent's second-tier club competition on a disappointing note following their 1-0 defeat against Ivorian giants ASEC Mimosas in Abidjan.
The Fire Boys will seek for redemption when they welcome Moroccan side Raja Casablanca to the Dormaa Agyemang Badu II Park on Wednesday in the second fixture of Group A.
"The game against Raja Casablanca promises to be a tougher game than the rest because of their pedigree," Aidoo said in the pre-match interview.
"But we've worked tirelessly throughout last week and are ready for them so I believe things will work in our favour."
"We need a win badly and result, regardless the margin will be better for us only if it will hand us the three points at stake. We need the points badly to help us move to second position," he added.
Congolese side A.S Vita Club will welcome Asec to the Complex Onnisports Stade de Matrys in Kinshasa in the other group game.