Kotoko has announced on their media channels that all tickets for this encounter will be sold electronically as they look to get more revenue at the gates.
Fans wishing to attend the game will have to dial the short code *711# on all networks and follow the process to acquire a ticket.
A release posted on their media channels said, a ticket for a seat at the VIP Stand will sell at GHc60 as Kotoko looks to get back to winning ways after losing to RTU last Sunday at Tamale.
A ticket for a seat at the Wings of the Baba Yara Stadium will cost GHc40 as Kotoko goes into this game hoping to register their 16th win of the campaign.
A rate of GHc30 will be charged for a seat at the Centre Line at the stadium where Legon Cities will aim to inflict a second loss at the venue for Asante Kotoko this season.
The Popular Stand tickets will be sold at GHc20 with Kotoko seeking to preserve their eight points lead at the top of the stairs and possibly extend it.
This will be Asante Kotoko's 26th game of the campaign as they look to win a record extending 25th league title and, they will be the odds on favourites to carry the day.
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