Players of Accra Hearts of Oak have returned to fullscale training on Monday after their 2-3 loss to WAFA at Sogakope in the Special Cup match on Sunday, hoping to return to winning ways when they host Inter Allies at the Accra Sports Stadium on Wednesday.
While Hearts lost to WAFA away, Inter Allies were also unimpressive at home, losing 0-1 to Cape Coast Ebusua Dwarfs at the Tema Stadium.
Wednesday's clash in the nation's capital will, therefore, provide both Hearts and Inter Allies the opportunity to revive their campaign in Special Cup competition and also their fans.
In a post-match interview, Coach Grant of Hearts said in spite of their defeat at Sogakope, Hearts looked the better side, especially in the second half.
He said the Phobians had put the defeat in Sogakope behind them and were adopting a strategy that would enable them to cage Inter Allies on Wednesday to appease their fans.
“ We performed creditably against WAFA in Sogakope, but luck was not on our side, but against Inter Allies, we will go all out and ensure that we carry the day” He noted