Inter Allies skipper Michel Otou is relishing their mouthwatering clash against Hearts of Oak this afternoon at the Accra Sports Stadium.
The match will mark the end of the first round of the GFA Normalization Special Competition.
The struggling Capelli boys have picked up 5 points from 6 outings.
“It’s not too late to start picking points, we’ve always played well even though the results don’t really speak up with the performance. These big matches come with their own fortunes.”
“We’ve got enough depth, enough versatility and a lot of young players I think that should be our strength. We need a performance against these big teams and we hope for one on Wednesday.”
“We’ve shown some big improvements, especially with the transition of the promoted players pushing through which is a good sign for us.”
Inter Allies lie 7th on the 8-team table just two places behind Hearts of Oak who are 5th on the table with 9 points.