Dreams FC will welcome King Faisal in matchday 9 of the Ghana Premier League on Wednesday as the domestic top-flight returns after World Cup break.
The Ghana Premier League had to go on a one-month break because of the biggest soccer mundial which was hosted by Qatar, where Argentina emerged as winners on Sunday.
The Still Believe lads will go into the game without their head coach Ignatius Osei Fosu who parted ways with the club last week.
Osei Fosu is expected to travel to Europe in January to upgrade his coaching career.
Dreams FC have been poor after eight matches into the Ghanaian top-flight and currently in the relegation drop.
They sit 16th position with 8 points and will hope to change the narrative as the league returns this week.
Before the break, the Dawu-based club shared the spoils with Hearts of Oak and be seeking for a win, knowing very well that they are playing at their favourite home grounds on Wednesday.
Meanwhile, King Faisal who have had a season turn around in their last three games will be looking forward to maintaining their top form.
The Isha Allah boys have managed three straight victories, including a 1-0 away win over Karela United.
King Faisal are currently out of the relegation drop after eight matches, they sit 15th spot with 9 points.
The teams outstanding performance in their last three games has seen coach Jimmy James Cobblah nominated for coach of the Month for November.