Hearts coach Kenichi Yatsuhashi is hoping his side can pick three maximum in Dormaa as the Phobians prepare for a top of the table clash against in form Aduana Stars.

The Phobians are set to embark on a long hour bus journey to Dormaa to face Aduana but Kenichi is hoping his team can overcome these obstacles are keep their away record intact.

“I think the pressure is always there. If we are in second place, we can lose and be third and we can win and be first,” Kenichi said.

“Pressure is always there. Hearts players are always under pressure.”

“It is a difficult match because it is a long journey. We are disadvantaged but we will try our best to win.”

Hearts are hoping to go seven matches unbeaten away from home while Aduana are aiming to win the sixth consecutive game in the league.

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