The two clubs are set to lock horns at the Malik Jabir Stadium as the topflight reaches the midway line.
Ninth on the table, Adipah's outfit have been tipped to sweep all three points, owing to the poor form of All Stars who currently sit bottom of the log.
“Although I have coached Wa All Stars before and I even won the league title with them, I will not write them off due to their current form," the 2015-16 title-winning coach told Graphic Sports.
“Struggling teams are sometimes the most difficult and dangerous sides to play, so you need to be extra careful.
“Also, considering the circumstances under which I left the club, the management and the technical team can motivate the players to change their tactics and improve suddenly to overpower us, especially at their home ground.”
Wonders' performance this season has taken many by surprise considering their status as league debutants.
“I managed to win the hearts of my players by working with management to ensure that they are highly motivated to enable them to give their best,” Adipah revealed.
“The job on the field is just 30 per cent but the main job is helping the players meet their psychological and welfare needs off the pitch."
Wonders have won five games thus far, drawing two and losing seven.