Inter Allies head coach Kenichi Yatsuhashi has expressed worry about playing two Ghana Premier League matches in a week, but says his side's youthfulness will be brought to bear when they visit Dreams FC on Wednesday.
The Eleven-Is-To-one are set for an uphill task in Dawu, four days after a 2-0 home triumph over Ebusua Dwarfs.
Wounded Dreams, meanwhile, are more than determined to stop Allies in the matchday 11 fixture, having set sights on making amends for their humiliating 5-0 loss to Wafa.
“Playing regular midweek matches will affect everyone, not [only my team] because my players are young or inexperienced," Kenichi said, as reported by his club's official website.
"We are at an advantage because of age.
"But it’s really difficult playing two matches a week, we cannot have regular training and that is going to affect our play.
“We play only one way, our players are very good when they are playing at their strong point. I think we are going to stick to it.
"We don’t have many options as our players are very young boys.
"We are going with a similar approach."
Allies currently sit seventh on the league table, having won five and drawn five of their 10 games thus far.
Dreams, on the other hand, are second on the table.