Kumasi Asante Kotoko are looking forward to revive their title hopes as they take on Dreams Fc this weekend in the Ghana Premier League.The two clubs have enjoyed some level of victories in their recent matches. Asante Kotoko have lost once in their last five matches whiles Dreams Fc have are also unbeaten in their last three matches.
The two clubs are looking forward to win this game and better their position on the league log. Kumasi Asante Kotoko sit second on the league log with 38 points whiles Dreams Fc on the other hand have also amassed 34 points and sit fifth on the league log.
Only four points separate these two clubs, a win for Kumasi Asante Kotoko will move to the first position should they win this game, Dreams Fc will also move to third position should they claim all three massive points against the porcupine royals on Saturday.
Asante Kotoko are just a point behind leaders Medeama on the league standings and their head coach Barreto can boast of an almost a fully strength squad available for selection to face Dreams with the return of midfielder Emmanuel Keyekeh to full fitness.
Dreams will be traveling to Obuasi for the crunchy fixture with growing confidence as they beat giants Hearts of Oak in their last game last week in Dawu.The 2-0 victory against the Phobians see the Believers go three matches undefeated managing two wins and drawing once.
They beat the Ghanaian giants 1-0 in 2018 and have lost all of the other four matches with a 1-0 scoreline in each of them.Serbian trainer Vladislav Viric will have a full squad at his disposal on Sunday for the crucial encounter with Asante Kotoko.
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