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Hearts prepares for Samartex on Sunday.

Hearts prepares for Samartex on Sunday. 

The win against King Faisal may be the catalyst to a possible run of good results to come. Glorious Hearts of Oak will be looking to a good result in the match against Samartex even though the opponent's have been strong on their home grounds. 

A “decent result” is what coach Ocloo is hopeful of. 

Hearts’ hope of maintaining a winning run may have been sparked by the last-minute goals scored in the match against King Faisal to reduce the gap to five points difference with the league leaders, Aduana Stars who are currently on top with 51 points as of matchday-29 with five matches to go. 

The team is currently assessing players who picked up various knocks in previous games.

Enock Assubonteng was one of the players who has missed three matches after picking up a knock in the match against Nsoatreman FC. 

Albert Eonde returned after sitting out two matches due to an injury he picked up in matchday-27. His return saw him with great assist that helped the team secure a well-deserved three points in the game against King Faisal.

Hearts are vying for the ultimate and that can only be possible with consistent positive results. The team has been baffled with strings of inconsistent results which Coach Ocloo has indicated that after the victory over King Faisal, they will do their very best in the remaining games to end the season on a high note. 

Samartex will come at team Hearts like a wounded lion from the back of their defeat to Bechem United. The ‘timber boys’ are formidable at their home grounds but Hearts of Oak will be looking to returning to the capital with a positive outcome. The game will now be played on Sunday afternoon instead of Saturday as earlier scheduled. Coach Ocloo admits that Samartex are strong at home but the aim is to go there and get a positive result.

“Samartex are strong at their home base but we will go there with one focus which is to work hard and try and get a decent result”