After grabbing their first win of the campaign in Cape Coast against Ebusua Dwarfs, Liberty Professionals will look to build on their impressive run this season after four games without defeat.
Coach David Ocloo has stated the win in Cape Coast is a morale booster for the game against Hearts of Oak.
Meanwhile, the Phobians, after two defeats from their opening two games have managed to secure four points from their last two games. A win against Dwarfs and a draw at WAFA.
Hearts have made some good signings just before transfer deadline, with the arrival of midfield duo Emmanuel Nettey and Abdul Aziz Nurudeen.
Former Bechem United Star Abednego Tetteh could make his debut against Liberty, if he is cleared.
Liberty Professionals Elvis Baffour and Abraham Wayo could be trouble for the Phobians if they are to stop the Dansoman based sides tricky attack.
Games between the two sides has always been a tough one especially at the Carl Reindorf Park.
Liberty 1-2 Hearts