The El Wak Sport Stadium will come alive when Kumasi Asante Kotoko play as guest to Inter Allies in the midweek Ghana Premier league game.
The Reds will be seeking their fourth straight successive win in the league this season as they take on the Eleven is to One’s at the home grounds Tomorrow.
Kotoko have shifted all their attentions to this game after confortably beating Medeama SC by 3 -1 over the weekend and are bent on getting another win come Wednesday.
The Porcupine Warriors have pocketed 9 points from their last three league game which has seen them move from fourth spot to the third position on the league log ahead of their rivals Hearts of Oak who follows steadily.
The first meeting between this two clubs ended in a barren draw at the Baba Yara Sports Stadium but both teams have promised to score some goals in this fixture.
Despite the cautiousness attached by this game from Inter Allies due to Asante Kotoko’s current form, the Eleven is to One’s have vowed to end Steve Pollack’s unbeaten run Tomorrow.
However Kotoko led by English coach Steve Pollack have also promised to put Inter Allies to their rightful place by beating them at their own backyard.
Inter Allies have been impregnable at home in the second round beating WAFA, Elmina Sharks and Bechem United and bent on maintaining this record.
The Porcupines on the other hand have won two and drawn one in three outings and that certainly makes the game a very tough one for both opponents.
In other league games, Liberty Professionals will host Elmina Sharks to the Karl Reindoff Park in Dansoman whiles Great Olympics face Ebusua Dwarfs in Cape Coast.
Inform Ashantigold will travel to Bolga to face Bolga All Stars before WAFA take on Bechem United in Sogakope with Medeama hosting Tema Youth in Tarkwa with Wa All Stars playing Aduana Stars in Wa.