Aduana Stars bid to defend their Ghana Premier League title face a stern test this weekend when they welcome strugglers king Faisal at Nana Agyemang Badu Park.
The Ogya Lads have been tipped by many to defend their title after their excellent start to the season.
Aduana Stars opened their league season with a 4-0 victory over Inter Allies, before strolling past Great Olympics in Accra.
Aduana Stars strong home record makes them the favourite against any side in the league at the Nana Agyeman Badu Park.
W O Tandoh and his lads have set a target of winning every game at home and they will be looking forward to add king faisal to the list of their victims.
Yahaya Mohammed has had hands in all the fives goals his side has score in the league, scoring three goals and two assist.
King Faisal are still searching for their first point after two defeat in their opening two games.
Their stuttering start to the season has forced the management of the club to bring in a new technical director to head the technical team.
Serbian manager Slavisa Bosicic will be overseeing his first game on Sunday against the defending champions.
A win will be a moral booster for the Insha Allah boys who were humiliated by Dreams in their first away game in the League.
Pressure is mounting on Anthony Commey and third defeat in a row could cause him his job after just three games.
Aduana Stars have no injury concern in the side.
Winger Fatawu Abdul Rahman started from the bench against Olympics, he could return to the starting line up for Pious Asante.
King Faisal will still be without their new signings Michael Akuffo and Bashiru Osman.
Anthony Commey will have to rely on his third choice goalkeeper due to the suspension of Alexander Domfeh and sudden injury of Kaisan Yuisu.
Aduana stars came out top in their last meeting beating the Insha Allah boys by a goal to nothing.
Both sides have won one each in their last two meetings.
The home side are unbeaten at home against King Faisal in all competition.
Probable Line up
Joseph Addo, Isaac Kwain, Hafiz Adams, Caleb Amankwah, Farouk Adams, Noah Martey, Samuel Bioh, Elvis Opoku, Yahaya Mohammed, Pius Asante Yeboah, Justice Anane
Mustapha, Derick obeng, Taufic Razak, Kwaku Duah, Abdul Kareem kasim, Partey Emmanuel, Ibrahim Osman, Lateef Mohammad, Kwame Peprah, Dauda Mohammad, Emmanuel Maidawa