By Akyereko Frimpong Manson
Hearts of Oak midfielder talisman Emmanuel Hayford stand a chance of making a return against Heart of Lions on Sunday while Stephen Tetteh has also stepped up his recovery.
Hayford picked a know in the Phobians narrow win over Berekum Chelsea at the Accra Sports Stadium last Sunday while Stephen Tetteh was forced off at the early stages of the second-half with Abra-Aziz Abankwah taking his place.
The pair have returned to training but had separate sessions away from the group under the supervision of Physio Jenny Sharpe.
Meanwhile, goalkeeper Tetteh Lugard is yet to show up at training as Kingsley Kissi has taken over his position as second choice in David Duncan’s team but Obed Ansah and Stephen Okoro both have various degree of injuries.
David Duncan is hoping to have a full strength side for their trip to Kpando to face Heart of Lions in a week seven fixture.
Hearts are on points-tie with leaders Kotoko who have a game in hand.