Dreams FC coach Abdul Karim Zito has ruled out the possibility of Karela United coming away with even a point from Sunday's Ghana Premier League matchday five fixture.
Still Believe are bent on registering their third consecutive home win of the season following 1-0 victories over Elmina Sharks and Wa All Stars.
Currently third on the log, three points at the Theatre of Dreams in Dawu could take the Ghalca G8 champions top of the league table.
"When I played against Hearts of Oak and Berekum Chelsea, my chart told me it was everybody’s game, meaning I did not have a point there but I could force and get a point," Zito said, as reported by his club's official website.
"But with home matches, it is different; the game only goes to Dreams FC.
“The plan against Karela is simple and that is to do everything possible to beat them because we want to make the Theatre of Dreams a fortress so that teams who come there never think of three points.
"We are still faced with some injury challenges and I am yet to be told if anyone else will [not] be available.
"Two of them returned against Hearts of Oak, there could possibly be two changes made."
Dreams' slim winning margin so far has been a cause for concern for many.
Zito, however, is indifferent.
“I don’t have problems with so many goals; 1-0 is a win and 2-0 is also a win although 2-0 is a bigger win margin," he noted.
"We will do our best to use what we have now to get what we want but I promise you that after the 5th round, the goals will flow.”
Dreams are back in the elite division after a year in the second tier.