Godfred Saka eyes Kotoko scalp in Kumasi, Ghana


The Dormaa based side will be playing as guests to Kotoko at the Baba Yara Sports Stadium on match day 25 of the ongoing campaign.

Aduana Stars beat Kotoko 1-0 in the first round and Saka is confident his side will maintain their superiority over the Kumasi giants despite the Porcupine Warriors’ impressive performances in their last two games.

“Baba Yara Sports Stadium is a familiar place, we have won a game there before so we are not afraid of Kotoko. I’m confident we will beat them because we have the players to do that,” Saka told Pulse.com.gh.


“We want to win the league for the second time in the club history and looking at our position on the league log we are on course for that. So getting a win against Kotoko will definitely boost our morale.”

“We know that Kotoko also want to win the league but we are not going to succumb to them, they have won their last two games but we will shock them in Kumasi.”

Aduana Stars currently sit at the second position with 40 points while Kotoko are fourth with 39 points.

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