Kumasi Asante kotoko are likely to face Medeama Sc without their top striker frank Mbella Etouga who is joining Cameroon national team.
The leading goal scorer in the Ghana Premier League, has been called up to the cameroon national team for the upcoming Africa Cup of nations qualifies.
The inform striker is likely to miss four matches of the Porcupine Warriors due to national team called up.
However, in his absence, the Porcupine Warriors are hoping to count on George and Samuel Boateng to do the job.
Mbella has been very phenomenal for the Porcupine Warriors since joining them before the commencement of the Ghana Premier League season.
The Cameroonians have a lot of talented strikers who are not even getting enough playing time in the team. The team that placed third in the just ended AFCON has one of the finest strikers.
Kotoko will have themselves to blame f they fail to utilise the players talent. The inform striker will be at the bench to gather more experience but Kotoko will be at the losing side.
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