Both sides will clash in Dormaa Ahenkro on Saturday.
Following a slow start to the 2017-18 campaign, the Blues have recovered from their slumber and are without a defeat in their last three games, claiming two wins despite a stadium ban.
“It’s another tough game for us and especially because it's a local derby,” Tanasijevic told Success FM.
“I've not played against them before but many of my players and technical team members are aware of their threats and so I've been briefed.
“My players did well against Sharks in Kumasi because our home has been banned and so we're ready to continue our recent good performance. We're aiming at winning against Aduana and then look forward for other important victories,” he added.
Chelsea currently sit ninth on the log with 11 points while Aduana, who lost 2-0 to Dreams FC on Monday, are 14th with seven points but have two outstanding games as a result of their participation in the Caf Confederation Cup.