The goalkeepers’ trainer is well convinced the Phobians will revenge their first round loss to the Tarkwa-based side when they meet again on Sunday
The 2000 Caf Champions League winners are having a very tough season in the Ghanaian top flight where they are currently in the relegation zone with 18 points and will need to start grinding out results if they want to maintain their premier league status at the end of this season.
Tettevi told Goal.com Ghana that the team will be targeting the maximum three points at the T&A Park.
“We are building on our hard fought win over King Faisal last week and I am very confident we will beat Medeama come Sunday even though it will be a very tough match, especially when we are playing them at their own backyard,” he said.
He added: “Don’t forget that they beat us at the Accra Sports Stadium and we will also be aiming at revenge at their own backyard.”
The Ghana Premier League will enter match day-17 this weekend and Accra Hearts of Oak will play Medeama Sporting Club on Sunday.