Accra Great Olympics FC defender, Samuel Abbey Ashie-Quaye says the Dade boys are not frightened to face Accra Hearts of Oak on Sunday.
Olympics will host their noisy neighbours in a derby dabbed as the Mantse Derby on matchday 28 of the Ghanaian first tier division.
Hearts of Oak are in a form of their lives with five wins in a row, keeping clean sheets in all those five matches.
However, Ashie-Quaye believes Olympics equally have a good team to match up the league leaders in the derby.
“We have a good team, we don’t fear Hearts of Oak,” Samuel Ashie Quaye said as reported by africa-foot.com.
“We will score Hearts of Oak at the Accra Sports Stadium.
“We shall beat them [Hearts of Oak] in Accra.”
The right-back could miss the game due a scheduled national assignment with Ghana U-23 on the day of the match.
Meanwhile, Hearts of Oak lead the table with 49 points whereas Great Olympics sits 3rd with 44 points.