Kumasi Asante Kotoko will hoping to end their winless run in Sogakope when they face WAFA in their outstanding league game slated for Wednesday.
The Reds have never won in Sogakope for three seasons now but have vowed to record their first victory in Tomorrow’s game.
Kotoko beat the Academy boys by a lone goal in Kumasi in the first round and will be eyeing a double over WAFA who are yet to lose a game at home.
Head Coach of the Porcupine Warriors Steve Pollack believes his boys are prepared and are ready to do the job perfectly on Wednesday.
“We have to control what we do and not worry about them, i believe if you worry about opponent your players lose focus,they are a good side we are a good side so i expect a very good game”
The Sogakope Park has proved to be a very difficult grounds for most the teams in the league, no team has been able to win there when playing WAFA.
Most teams have tasted defeat in Sogakope including a 5-1 thrashing of Accra Hearts of Oak/
The question on the lips of most fans is Can Asante Kotoko survive in Sogakope?.
A win for WAFA will take them back on top of the league table with 46 points whiles a win for Kotoko will take them 36 points a point adrift arch rivals Hearts.