New Edubiase is primed to clinch a famous win over Ebusua Dwarfs in their outstanding Premier League clash on Thursday.
The original Matchday 17 fixture had to be postponed due to Dwarfs’ participation in the CAF Confederations Cup where they have progressed to the next round at the expense of Senegalese club ASC Diaraaf.
But New Edubiase chief Abdul Salam Yakubu is unfazed by the profited African experience of Dwarfs as they go into Thursday’s clash in Cape Coast.
“We have no divided attention like Dwarfs have and therefore we have the urge,” he told Metro FM.
“Yes they are in Africa, but we have been there before so it’s nothing new to us.
“The league has become very competitive and everyone’s destiny is in his own hands.
“Everyone’s destiny is in his own hands and we will do our best to win this game.
“We know it is never easy playing in Cape Coast but we have beaten them before and I believe we will do it again.”