Public Relations officer of Accra Hearts of Oak Kwame Opare Addo says the team will have no sympathy towards Kotoko as the two side clash on Sunday.
The Ghana version of the super clash will be honoured this weekend after the game was initially postponed when Kotoko were involved in an accident last month.
"We would want to win on Sunday, so preparations are underway, we have sympathized with them enough but it's time for action."He told Asempa FM.
This match will be Kotoko's first since their accident on the Nkawkaw road last month. There were several attempts by Kotoko supporters to get the game cancelled.
Their concern was that it is highly inappropriate for the Porcupines to play a high profile game while they were still recovering from a tragic accident.