Time is running out on Legon Cities and they know they cannot afford to slip up against a confident-high WAFA SC side on Friday night.
The Royals need a win to breathe life back into their survival campaign, but that would not come easy facing the an unbeaten side on the road.
Legon Cities have drawn their last four matches and not won at home since beating Elmina Sharks 1-0 early last month.
They lie 14th on the table with 13 points and found it very difficult to bang in the goals.
Legon Cities have just two wins; three defeats, but it the seven draws that have really hurt them.
"We have a lot of injury problems in our squad. Until tomorrow [after final training], I won't even been able to tell what the starting XI will be like on Friday. I want everyone fit and available for competition in my team," head coach Goran Barjaktarevic said.
"Yes, we're always working on it [our goal scoring problems]. We miss a little bit of quality in our squad. We do create the chances, but we're not clinical enough to put the ball at the back of the net. It's a worry for us all."
WAFA have not lost a match at the Accra Sports Stadium this season. They drew 1-1 with Inter Allies and beat Great Olympics.
The Academy Boys have boosted by the 6-1 drubbing of AshantiGold at home last Sunday.
Legon Cities FC 1-2 WAFA SC