Hearts coach David Duncan is determined to transform the Accra sports stadium into a fortress ahead of Sunday’s Super Clash game against Kotoko.
The 2000 African champions are determined to wrestle the Premier League crown from their arch- rivals after going four seasons without a trophy.
They started their campaign on a positive note- beating New Edubiase 2-0 at Bekwai to boost their confidence ahead of their meeting against the Porcupine Warriors.
Hearts turn their attention to their home grounds for the first time this season and the ex-Ashantigold trainer wants to recreate the atmosphere of the famous ground during home games and make the venue that will leave opponents recoiling in fear.
“We want to make our home grounds a fortress this season. The task ahead is huge but can do it if we put our minds to it,” Duncan said
“The confidence levels of my boys are growing steadily. We want to take one game at a time and then we shall see how it goes.
“We have finished the business at Edubiase and the next target is Kotoko. It’s going to be pretty difficult but we’ll surmount the challenge.”
The all-important fixture has been clouded by Ghana’s 2014 World Cup play-offs against Egypt in October and November.
But the focus is expected to shift to the biggest game on the domestic scene, one that will attract huge numbers.