Philip Boampong has warned Aduana Stars could not have picked a worse time to face Hearts.
Hearts are desperate to turn around their downward spiral in the Ghana Premier League after a difficult start.
The former African champions are struggling for form as they languish in the relegation drop zone.
Hearts host high-flying Aduana Stars at home on Wednesday and strong centre-back Philip Boampong says their opponent will fall at the Accra sports stadium.
“This is the worst time for Aduana to face us. We are wild and want to win,” he said
“We’re going to beat them because we have what it takes to deliver.
“Our fans are unhappy and we must do something drastic about it. We cannot afford to slip against them.”
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