Captain Joseph Aidoo thinks Saturday’s League game against BA United will be more tightly contested than the corresponding fixture.
The Eleven Is To One beat BA United 2-0 at the Tema Sports Stadium and the centre-back has said that they are looking to repeat first round’s feat.
“We are not complacent and we hope to replicate the 2-0 defeat we had in the first round,” he told www.interalliesfc.com
“Of course this match will surely be tougher than the first round’s game, BA United would want to win to get hope of getting out of the drop zone, and we also want to hit our target of finishing top four, so it won’t be an easy game.”
Aidoo also believes playing the game out of the hosts’ comfort zone in Sunyani will help his side to put a real fight of hope.
“This is a neutral ground, nobody is playing home here and we can advantage of that and make it count with a win.”
A win for Inter Allies will take Paa Kwesi Fabin’s side to second on the league log depending on other results from those above them on the league table.