Ghana Premier League, GPL side Medeama SC has announced ticket prices for their next game with Asante Kotoko on Sunday.
Medeama SC are six points behind Kotoko on the table having played one game more than the Porcupines as the season heads to a close.
A release posted on their media channels by Medeama SC said, a flat rate of GHc50 will be charged at the gate for entry to the VIP Session of the ACP.
A ticket for a seat at the Popular Stand of the Park will be sold at GHc20 as Medeama SC seeks a win to close the gap between them and Kotoko to three points.
The Yellow and Mauves have served notice of their intentions of making life very difficult for Kotoko in this fixture on Sunday and, they will hope the home fans plays a part.
The Tarkwa-based side are expecting a huge turnout at the venue for this fixture which has been scheduled to kick-off at 3:00pm local time.
The game will be shown live on television worldwide on the StarTimes Adepa TV channel and, Medeama SC will look to make the most of the home conditions.
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