Medeama SC welcomes the porcupine warriors to Tarkwa this afternoon in an intriguing encounter. The results of this match might play a huge role in who wins the premier league title depending on how results pan out in the remaining 4 matches. Asante Kotoko has always struggled whenever they play Medeama SC in Tarkwa. In their past 6 encounters in Tarkwa, Asante Kotoko has never beaten Medeama SC. The last time they beat Medeama in Tarkwa was in 2014.
This game is very crucial in the title race. Kotoko is leading Medeama by 6 points with a game in hand. Should Medeama win, the gap will reduce to 3 points and that makes the title run-in very interesting. Hearts of Oak is also just lurking behind. They are also just 3 points behind Medeama with a game in hand. Kotoko will be playing Great Olympics and AshGold away in the remaining fixtures of the season.
It will be an exciting end to the season. We are all waiting and watching to see how it will all end. If Kotoko ends up losing the title, it will be their own doing. They will have only themselves to blame.
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