18 Apr

PREVIEW: Kotoko vs Berekum Chelsea - Can Chelsea stand the quills of the Porcupine?

Kumasi Asante Kotoko welcome Berekum Chelsea to the Baba Yara later today after losing to Dreams FC last weekend.
 
Aiming to correct the wrongs and be in a good position to compete for the title,Kotoko should have it easy agsinst Chelsea,who, themselves haven't been impressive thus far.
 
Paa Kwesi Fabin's men have won their last three home games and are better placed to make it four out of four. With Obed Owusu and Frederick Boateng beginning to form a ferocious partnership, the duo will certainly be the reason why Kotoko will emerge victors of this tie.
 
Unlike Kotoko, Chelsea won their last game when they narrowly pip regional rivals Bechem United by a lone goal.
 
They may not be the bookmakers' favourite but they have in their possession players who could decide the fate of a game; Stephen Amankona and Kotoko loanee Collins Ameyaw can wreak havoc on any good day as was done to Hearts of Oak.
 
Currently sitting 13th on the log, Chelsea are bad travellers as they can only boast of a victory in thirty eight outings on the road. 
 
Tagged as the underdogs in this game, could the tag see them thrive in the face of adversity and carry the day? The field will decide!
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