Hearts general captain Thomas Abbey believes they are capable of beating in form WAFA.
Hearts will play host to WAFA at the Accra Stadium on Monday in a Ghana Premier league match day 14 game.
The Sogakope side have been on an amazing run- they have recorded seven-straight wins and they are top on the log sheet with 29 points.
But this is not putting fear in Abbey who thinks they have what it takes to end WAFA's dominance
“It is true WAFA is in top form but no matter what they will fall in Accra. Our home now is a no go area and any team that comes will not survive,” Abbey told Sportscrusader.com in a build up to the game.
“WAFA can play exciting football but we have the men to put them to sleep, we are fired up for this game because we want to end the first round on a good note.”
‘I want to appeal to the fans to come to the stadium and support us, I’m sure we will not let them down, we will put smiles on their faces like how we made them happy when we beat Kotoko 3-1 in the anniversary cup match