Head coach of Hearts of Oak, Samuel Boadu has admitted that playing against traditional clubs is difficult.
The Phobians, who are gunning for their first Ghana Premier League title in over a decade, are guests of Ebusua Dwarfs at the Cape Coast Stadium in match day 32 of the 2020/21 Ghana Premier League.
Hearts of Oak need another win to ensure their three point’s lead over Kotoko is intact on Sunday, July 4.
Samuel Boadu however says, Dwarfs, which is a traditional club for the Central Regional folks, will come tough.
“Playing with the traditional clubs is very difficult, Going to Ebusua Dwarfs is very difficult game.
“But we are planning, we are eager to get all the nine points, so are you supposed to do?
“You have to work hard to get that three maximum points from Dwarfs.” Samuel Boadu said.
Hearts of Oak have won their last ten matches on the road to leading the league table. The Phobians have 59 points against Kotoko’s 56 after 31 matches.