THE Onetouch Premier League takes a break after a successful kick-off last weekend following the continuation of the MTN/CAF Champions League this weekend.
Ghana's representatives, Hearts of Oak and Asante Kotoko go into separate battles as the competition enters the second stage.
Hearts will host South Africa's Orlando Pirates at the Len Clay Stadium, while Kotoko travel to play Al-Ahly in Egypt this weekend.
Hearts, with just a point on the Group B standings held Pirates to a 0-0-draw game in the first leg in South Africa, and indications are that they are determined to grab all the tree points at stake.
Kotoko, on the other hand, are second in Group A with four points.