By Patrick Akoto
Hearts of Oak assistant coach Tanko Shaibu Ibrahim claims revenge will be on their minds when they home New Edubiase in Accra on Sunday.
The Phobians lost to Edubiase at the same venue last term in a season that turned out to be quite enduring for their teeming fans.
Hearts are one point better than Edubiase on the league table in second place.
"We lost against them last season and so I think this is the time to win to appease our fans who were not happy," Ibrahim told GHANAsoccernet.com
"We know itâ€™s going to be very difficult but weâ€™ll try to keep our momentum in the league this season.
"Edubiase are playing some decent football and will not be pushovers. We have to believe that we can win."
Hearts are yet to suffer defeat this term while Edubiase have suffered one defeat and won three matches.