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Hearts of Oak First Team captain Fatawu Mohammed has aimed for all three points against ‘troublesome’ Dreams FC in Sunday’s week four Ghana Premier League encounter.
The Phobians are seeking to record their second straight win of the campaign against the third-placed Still Believe Boys who are yet to taste defeat in the early days of the season.
Dreams have the upper hand with their encounters against the former African champions after losing just twice, winning five and draw the remainder in their ten encounters.
But Fatawu remains resolute about his side’s chances of claiming the maximum points.
“I’ll charge all the boys to come all out because we need the maximum three points from the game,” he said in the club’s official pre-match presser.
Hearts humbled Ebusua Dwarfs 2-0 at the same venue with winger Patrick Razak and Joseph Esso scoring the goals.
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