Ebusua Dwarfs host fellow relegation battlers Sekondi Hasaacas at the Robert Mensah stadium this Sunday in what could be an enthralling contest
Head coach Prosper Narteh has house full of fully fit players to choose ahead of the week eighteen of the Ghana Premier League.
It gives him a selection headache.
Stalwart defender Musah Mohammed faces stiff competition from Stephen Aidoo to keep his place in the set up as a centre back.
The Crabs won the inaugural regional President's Cup after beating rivals Venomous Vipers 3-0 eight days ago.
Joseph Esso and Agya Fuseini were the scorers.
Sekondi Hasaacas also lost to regional rivals Eleven Wise narrowly a week ago in the President's Cup.
They eye a win in Cape Coast to get them back on track.
But the West Giants will miss the services of midfielder Saliw Babawo in Sunday's match.
He joined the national U20 team to travel to Senegal for the African Youth Championship qualifiers.
All other players are in good shape and fully fit for the big game on Sunday.
Former Ebusua Dwarfs midfielder Ricky Adjei Mensah is expected to start for Hasmal.
Head to Head (Since 2000)
Total matches played = 7
Ebusua Dwarfs wins = 2
Drawn matches = 2
Sekondi Hasaacas wins = 3
*Ebusua Dwarfs have lost just two of their last six premier league fixtures. They have only four wins in their last nineteen. (W2 D2 L2)
*Sekondi Hasaacas have managed three wins in their last ten matches in the premier league. (W3 D2 L5)
*Ebusua Dwarfs have lost just one of their last fourteen home games in the premiership. (W9 D4 L1)
*Sekondi Hasaacas are winless at away in the premier league this season after eight games. (W0 D1 L7)
*Ebusua Dwarfs are unbeaten at home in the premier league against Sekondi Hasaacas. (P3 W2 D1 L0)
*Sekondi Hasaacas are unbeaten in their last four premiership meetings with Ebusua Dwarfs. (W2 D2 L0)
*The Crabs have kept just three clean sheets at home in the premiership this campaign after eight fixtures.
*Hasmal have conceded in all of their away matches in the premier league this season after eight travels.
By Nuhu Adams