Sports activities News of Wednesday, 19 June 2019
Howdy fantastic afternoon and welcome to our coverage of the Tier II Exclusive Competitiveness in which Asante Kotoko choose on Ashanti Gold for a put in the ultimate.
Kumasi Asante Kotoko have vowed to earn the two trophies at stake in the ongoing Normalisation Committee Distinctive competitors but should initially defeat regional rivals AshantiGold when the two groups clash in the semi-closing of the Tier II edition of the NC competition at the Accra Sports activities Stadium later on this afternoon.
Asante Kotoko booked a area in the semi-last of the Tier II Competition next a 2-1 triumph in excess of Berekum Arsenal in the quarter-finals at the Baba Yara Activity Stadium.
Aims from Guinean import Naby Keita and Kwame Boahene gave the Porcupines a ticket to the upcoming round, with Ebenezer Aboagye scoring the lessen division side’s only goal at Kumasi’s Baba Yara Sports Stadium although regional rivals Ashanti Gold pip Medeama 1- at the Len Clay Sporting activities Stadium.
The Porcupine Warriors will be heading into this activity with a large amount of self esteem pursuing their get above arch-rivals Hearts of Oak on Sunday in the Tier 1 Exclusive Competitiveness.
In their past matches played in the Tier I of the Distinctive Competitiveness, every of the clubs gained their respective matches at property.
Asante Kotoko defeated AshantiGold by 2- at the Baba Yara Athletics Stadium and in the reverse fixture AshantiGold pip Kotoko by 1- at the Len Clay Sports Stadium.
The Miners emerged as winners of Team A in the Specific Competition with the Porcupine Warriors selecting up the 2nd location.
The two clubs are chasing for a location in Africa Club levels of competition subsequent season and will go all out in this fixture.
The bragging rights will also be at stake as to who wins these regional derby which will be played at a neutral ground.
Kotoko are now in the remaining of the Tier 1 levels of competition following beating arch-rivals Hearts of Oak 5-4 on penalties on Sunday.