Coach Johnson Smith to start this XI players against Al Hillal yoday.
Kumasi Asante Kotoko is in a kind of a all or nothing kind of situation in their CAF champions league second leg encounter with Al Hillal Omdurman of Sudan.
They have to win at all cost to make it into the group stage of the competition. Coach Johnson Smith is likely to use this starting eleven against the Sudanese side.
Felix Annan (GK) back in poles. Captain Felix Annan missed out in the first leg after an injury he sustained in the local league.
Christopher Nettey (RB) It is just obvious that Nettey will play at the right back position. He has been doing that all season.
Abdul Ganiyu and Wahab Adams as the center back pair. Habib Mohammed will miss out on this one and therefore these two will fill in the void. The experience of Wahab will be needed in this game.
Imoro Ibrahim (LB) The inform left back retains his place in the team. He has a number of players at his back waiting to slot into his position but he is doing just fine.
The midfield of Kwame Adom Frimpong, Latif Anabila, Emmanuel Gyamfi and Fabio Gama. The Brazilian is likely to be given his full debut today against Al Hillal. Sulley Muniru can also come in for doubtful Latif Anabila.
The front two of, Kwame Poku and Naby Keita. The latter hasn't been that active in the team due to stalling of his contract talks. But he is likely to come in for out of form Asiamah.
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