Inter Allies host Hearts of Oak as part of fixtures for match week 3 of the Ghana Premier League at the Accra Sports Stadium (18:00GMT)
The hosts remain the only team yet to score a goal so far. The Eleven is to One drew goalless at home to Dreams FC during the opening weekend, and suffered a 1-0 defeat away to Karela United.
The Eleven is to One is certainly missing star man Victorien Adebayor. The Nigerien international has left the club for Danish 1st Division club HB Køge.
Adebayor was the main source of goals for Inter Allies in previous campaigns and his absence clearly has affected the start of the season for Coach Henrikh Lehm’s side.
Hearts of Oak impressed in their first game of the campaign although they ended the game feeling disappointed. The Phobians were twice pegged back after taking initial leads against AshantiGold SC.
Coach Edward Odoom after the game spoke about the need for his side to be more efficient upfront and be solid at the back as well.
Both teams go into the encounter seeking a first win of the campaign.
Inter Allies Coach Henrikh Lehm is likely to change his starting eleven for their away loss to Karela United.
Rashid Seidu GK, Richard Acquah, Ali Issah, Hashmin Musah, Desmond Abuga, Alex Aso, Richmond Lamptey, Kingsley Braye, Ivan Kpeglo, Emmanuel Adjetey, Collins Cudjoe
Hearts Coach Edward Nii Odoom is likely to keep faith with his first selection for the Hearts-AshGold encounter.
Two goal hero, Kwadwo Obeng Junior is expected to get another start while Patrick Razak who heavily impressed aginst AshGold following his return to the GPL.
GK Richard Attah, Larry Sumaila, Raddy Ovuaka, Nuru Sulley, Mohammed Alhassan, Kojo Obeng Jr, Benjamin Afutu, Patrick Razak, Emmanuel Nettey, Francis Ansah Botchway, Daniel Afriyie.
Total matches played – 10
Inter-Allies wins – 1
Goals scored – 7
Hearts wins – 5
Goals scored – 9
Drawn games – 4
Both teams are without a win this season ahead of this game.
REFEREES AND MATCH OFFICIALS:
REFEREE: Maxwell Hanson
ASSISTANTS: Roland Addy & Pascal Mawusi
4TH REFEREE: Julian Nunoo
MATCH COMMISSIONER: James Mornah