Hearts of Oak host Wa All Stars seeking revenge when the Ghana Premier League returns on Wednesday.Â
The Phobians will be desperate to return to winning ways after ending last year with a 3-0 defeat at the Wa Park.
Head coach Mohammed Polo has been trimming the rough edges ahead of the resumption of the top-tier as they have remained undefeated in their mid-season friendlies.
They ended their mid-season campaign in style beating second-tier side Kotoko Royals last Sunday.
They will welcome strong defender Nuru Sulley, who has returned to the club after helping the Local Black Stars win silver at the 2014 CHAN tournament in South Africa.
With Kotoko and AshantiGold not in action on Wednesday, Hearts will move within four points of the Porcupine Warriors if they beat the Wa-based side.
All Stars remained quite during the break and played series of low profile friendly matches.
New coach Jim Cobbinah will like to improve the away record of the Blues who finished the first half of the season in tenth place.