The Accra Sports Stadium has been filled to capacity in the biggest game in the history of Ghana football involving Accra Hearts of Oak and Kumasi Asante Kotoko.
In what has been described as the highest attendance ever in the history of Ghana's premier league, the ongoing game between both rivals has also seen security beefed up as security officials throng the scene on the look out for any eventuality.
Hearts of Oak won against Ashanti Gold SC 2-1 in Obuasi for the first time in 7 years last Sunday and looks poised to upset the scale once again against Kotoko who they have found it difficult to beat in Accra for some time now.
Kotoko are coming into this game, having lost by a solitary 1-0 to New Edubiase in a local derby at the Baba Yara Stadium last Saturday.
Hearts will miss Thomas Abbey and Richard Yamoah in the match but will take solace in the fact that game changers like Samuel Yeboah, Kennedy Appiah, Ashitey Ollenu and Samudeen Ibrahim are all back from their respective injuries.