The title ambitions of Asante Kotoko comes under a major threat this weekend, as they travel to Aduana Stars. The Porcupine Warriors hope to over come any obstacle that could deny them the needed points tomorrow.
After losing to Legon Cities in their last Premier League game, Aduana Stars have made a solemn pledge to beat Asante Kotoko for their points to appreciate on the league log. Coach Asare Bediako expects his players to give out their best throughout the entire minutes. Aduana Stars seasoned goalkeeper Joseph Addo is reported to have commenced training to be able to maintain his fitness level and keep the post for his side. At the rear, Farouk Adams - after sitting out in previous game - looks ahead to marshall his colleagues and prevent any ball from traveling above them. Speedster Benjamin Tweneboah is expected to recuperate and partner Bright Adjei and Samuel Bio to get goals for the Dormaa-based team. Skipper Yahaya Mohammed is doubtful as a result of injury but could make it if he is able to pass final fitness test. To be able to get a goal, coach Asare Bediako will open up his team in most part and close after leading affairs. He may opt to sit deep and hit Asante Kotoko on any available break.
Asante Kotoko, on the other side, will determine to take charge of all areas on the pitch, take the ball to the opponent's half and do the needful. With the nature of the Dormaa pitch, coach Mariano Barreto may have to vary his line up in his last game against WAFA. Skipper Felix Annan may assume goalkeeping duty, following his return. Francis Andy Kumi, Augustine Okrah and Emmanuel Gyamfi will be heavily relied upon to lead the charge for glory. As the outcome decided where they reside on the table, they will play with much intensity to snatch points.
Both sides appear extremely purposeful for the points at stake. While Aduana Stars count on history to be repeated, Asante Kotoko travel to the Bono Region with a strategy that will be unleashed tomorrow.
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