The team takes on Reformers of Prisons in the competition put together in honour of former Accra Basketball League (ABL) Chairman Benjamin Baafi.
Baafi doubled as Braves Manager and Manager of several Ghana National Teams prior to his death last year. The competition tipped off on September 14 and runs to September 22.
The game is the only fixture in the Women’s Division among the quartet of games scheduled to be played at the venue later today.
However, Braves head into the game with its form in flux following a disappointing league campaign thus far losing four games.
Prisons are the last team to beat Braves courtesy a 46-32 win and another victory would represent the perfect start in the nine day tournament.
Home side Tudu Galaxy’s matchup against Teshie Rangers in the Men’s Division is the final game on CAP 7 Day Two.
By Yaw Adjei-Mintah
@YawMintYM on Twitter