It is their last game at the Accra Sports Stadium were they have won majority of their matches.
It is a league-winning decider and a penultimate match of the 2020/21 season for the rainbow boys.
They are on the verge of clinching their first league trophy in football nine seasons within a 12-year period.
They are at the brink of history by restoring the Phobian Glory.
It is a moment to set the Accra Sports stadium in absolute delirium but much will depend on the Fatawu Mohammed-led Hearts Of Oak as they face floundering Liberty Professionals in their Matchday 33 clash.
Jubilant Hearts fans in their Rainbow-Umbro replica
History awaits Coach Samuel Boadu and his boys at the Accra Sports Stadium on Sunday, July 11 as they play in front of charged “beautiful with beautiful colours” at their favourite venue.
The Phobians would not dream of no better scenario than to be crowned champions of the Ghanaian first tier in front of a full restricted 25% of fans who will get to experience the feel of winning a major title in a long while.
Hearts need nothing but a win for a first league triumph for their 21st league history.
However, they face a relegation threatened Liberty side that need to avoid a defeat in the capital.
Hearts of Oak have already beaten the Scientific Soccer lads twice this season, 1-0 in the league and 3-0 in the MTN FA Cup.
Therefore, Liberty will need not to just avoid a loss to survive but also a third defeat to the league leaders in a season.
And it will look match easier should archrival Asante Kotoko fail to clinch a win at Bechem.
The 2020/2021 season is one game week away from completion(excluding this weekend fixtures) hence, picking at least a point in Accra will go a long way to help the Dansoman side in the last round of matches.
But the Home side hold a 100 percent record in their last five home league matches, which they did not concede a goal in any of those.
Seemly, it’s will be difficult but not an impossible mission for the away side.
Liberty, 38, are sitting a point above the drop zone while Hearts of Oak cruise comfortably at the top with 60 points.
Hearts of Oak are unbeaten in their last 10 league games. (W 8, D2)
Hearts of Oak have scored 7 goals in their last five league matches
Liberty Professionals have scored 9 goals in the last five league matches
Hearts of Oak last five matches
W 3, D 2
Liberty last five matches
W 3, L 2
Kickoff- 3PM live on Startimes
Hearts have scored in every single Premier League match they have played at the Accra sports stadium under Coach Samuel Boadu – 9 games.