The initial match failed to provide a winner after an entertaining game ended barren, amid countless goalscoring opportunities.
This afternoon’s match will provide coaches of both sides an opportunity to rearm their tactical machinery in a bid to win this year’s title.
Hearts of Oak will be without Mohammed Alhassan, Benjamin Afutu and Joseph Esso who are on international duty with the Black Stars B’ in Burkina Faso.
Olympics will count on Stephen Oddai to replicate his goalkeeping prowess last week after managing to keep the Phobians at bay with some good saves.
Ali Kadir, Roland Grippimann, Ezekiel Tetteh are expected to lead Olympics once again.
The match is scheduled for the Accra Sports Stadium and will kick start exactly at 3 PM.
No available TV/Streaming data is available at the time of reporting.
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