The Still Believe are hoping to claim three points for the second game running, this time at the Golden City Park, following last week’s hard-fought home 1-0 win over Elmina Sharks.
But Sunday's encounter is expected to be even more challenging, not least because of Chelsea's notorious good record at home.
"I won my first game against Elmina Sharks at home and it was a good victory but I expect the attitude to change for this next match [against Chelsea]," Zito said at the pre-match presser, as reported by his club's official website.
"I respect the quality of Berekum Chelsea.
"I remember two seasons ago, they beat us 3-0 at their home ground, and so they are not easily beaten at home; that I am sure of.
“We are going there to make sure that we change that conception and come out with at least a point or all three.”
Dreams sit fourth on the table with three points ahead of the matchday two clash.
Chelsea, on the other hand, occupy the 13th position.
The Blues are in dire need of full points following their 1-0 defeat to Ebusua Dwarfs on the opening day.