Ebusua Dwarfs coach Ernest Thompson Quartey is confident his side will beat Asante Kotoko in Wednesday's outstanding Ghana Premier League match.
The game which was initially scheduled for Saturday, January 2, but was postponed as a result of Asante Kotoko's participation in the Total CAF Champions League.
The Crabs defeated Liberty Professionals 2-1 last weekend, climbing to 11th on the league table with 11 after eight matches played.
Dwarfs have not lost at home since succumbing 1-0 to Medeama last month.
"We are fully prepared, well focused and our concentration is on the game," he told Fox 97.9 FM in Kumasi.
"Playing against Asante Kotoko is a normal game. Kotoko is one of the teams playing in the Ghana Premier League not a team from space."
Kotoko's new signing Fabio Gama has been a revelation at the club, however, coach Quartey believes he's overhyped.
"Fabio Gama is over hyped, he is a normal player like umy own Michael Ohene Asamoah (Saviola) who plays for Ebusua Dwarfs," he added.