Athletics News of Friday, 26 February 2021
Asante Kotoko’s Ghana Leading League experience with Bechem United which was scheduled for Thursday has been postponed, the Kumasi-centered club has introduced.
The scheduled matchday 16 fixture had to be rescheduled owing to a heavy downpour which created the Accra Sports activities Stadium pitch unplayable.
No official communication has still occur from the Ghana Football Association on the subject matter but the governing overall body is expected to before long make an announcement about the position and potential of the recreation.
It is unclear if the tie will be rescheduled to Friday as was likely to have been completed below normal circumstances, taking into consideration Kotoko will then only have two times to put together for their approaching showdown with archrivals Hearts of Oak on Sunday.
“Our match this night has been named off due to the rains. We await even further directives from the Ghana Soccer Affiliation,” Kotoko has introduced on social media.
— Asante Kotoko SC (@AsanteKotoko_SC) February 25, 2021
Kotoko was thanks to return to GPL action versus Bechem, getting skipped the matchday 16 round of game titles past weekend owing to their participation in the Caf Confederation Cup.
Eradicated from the continental gathering irrespective of a – attract absent from Algerian outfit ES Setif on Sunday, the Porcupine Warriors had hoped to instantly bounce again with a few points from The Hunters to appease their admirers.
The side now occupies the seventh position on the standings, 5 factors adrift of league leaders Karela United. With a few fantastic online games, nonetheless, the Warriors have a excellent prospect of taking around the best posture.
Bechem, meanwhile, was eyeing an upset to earn a very first earn in a few games, acquiring drawn 1-1 with Legon Cities in their previous match after a 2- absent loss to Medeama.
The Hunters are just just one put earlier mentioned the Magnificent Boys on the league desk though both of those groups have the exact range of details.
Kotoko is bracing by themselves for Sunday’s significant sport from Hearts in what is the biggest fixture of the domestic football calendar.
The two teams are unarguably the largest in Ghana and the most successful in the history of the Premier League. Of the two, Kotoko sit supreme with 23 titles, four much more than Hearts, who are also apparently tied on the same points with Kotoko on this season’s league desk but with a improved purpose big difference.