Elmina Sharks are under pressure to get their league campaign back on track after last week's pummelling and they must do it against Inter Allies- a club with a wretched away form.
Yaw Acheampong and his charges were battered in Obuasi in that 4-2 defeat which exposed their weaknesses and resolve.
The football has been good from the Sharks but momentary loss of the concentration has been their bane.
Elmina Sharks have allowed several winning positions to slip this term in the matches against Ebusua Dwarfs, Liberty Professionals, WAFA and AshGold.
Acheampong is likely to make changes to his starting line-up with Benjamin Arthur expected to return from suspension.
Goalkeeper Lord Bawa Martey who missed their last match looks set to return in between the sticks.
At home, Sharks can count on striker Benjamin Boateng for the goals. He is proven to be prolific.
Inter Allies after their 1-0 win over Hearts of Oak have been unconvincing. Defeats to King Faisal and Bechem United- at home-sum their misery.
Head coach Henrik Peters Lehm knows he must fix things to pull themselves out of the danger zone.
After that home defeat to the Hunters, the Danish admitted it has been tough for him this term after the club sold seven players from last season.
''Yes, 100%. As I’ve said all the time, we are struggling. I wish, I had the two offensive players from their team today. We will have one, you know, so we’re really struggling to put the team together.
''It’s difficult to sell seven players out of a starting eleven and then put a whole new team together more or less. So, yeah, we are still struggling. We haven’t really found what we want to.''