Reigning Ghana Premier League champions Accra Hearts of Oak will host their next league game at the Cape Coast Stadium.
This follows the decision by the handlers of the facility that is the National Sports Authority carrying out a purported repair works on the stadium.
The NSA in a letter written to the Ghana Football Association and clubs who use the facility informed them that the facility will be unavailable for use between 13th December-26th December for repair works on the edifice.
Hearts will over the weekend host Accra Lions at the Cape Coast Stadium for their match day nine clash.
Coach Samuel Boadu’s side have endured a tough start to the season failing to win a match in their first four games and only won their first game in mid week against Elmina Sharks at the Nduom Stadium with ‘prodigal son’ Awako the hero.
The phobians will be looking to add the struggling new boys to their scalp when they meet on Sunday.