Both clubs are struggling in the competition with Hearts going seven games without a win, a situation that has plunged the Phobian camp into ‘mourning’.
Dwarfs put up a spirited display midway through the competition but appear to have lost that display, losing back-to-back home matches and also drawing at Inter Allies.
They have since slipped to 10th position on the league table after 27 matches and needs a win to lubricate their campaign.
The team has intensified its preparation during the short break, undertaking some beach work-outs to meet the physical demands of the challenge.
Meanwhile, Accra Hearts of Oak could part ways with 11 first team players if the season comes to end in two weeks time, according to reports.
The list includes goalkeepers Abdoulaye Soulama and Mutawakilu Seidu and captain Owusu Bempah.
Majority of the players on the reported transfer list are those who have struggled for game time and had little impact.
Hearts look to have missed out on winning a first league title since 2009 after recent unfavourable results.
This is the third time this report has emerged in the media with club director, Frank Nelson Nwokolo coming on air to deny the previous report.
But sources within the club has hinted that a number of the current group would have to bow out to make way for new players as the club aims to improve it fortunes in the local league.
The Phobians are fourth on the table with three matches to end the season with six points off the pack.
Among the affected players are goalkeepers Abdoulaye Soulama and Seidu Muntawakilu;
defenders Isaac Oduro, Fatau Mohammed and Owusu Bempah with Leonard Tawiah the only midfielder mentioned plus Foovi Aguidi, Kwame Kizito, Selassie Adjei, Kenneth Okoro and Musah Ibrahim from the attacking department.