Matchday five kick-off on Friday 6pm, with Kotoko welcoming Hasaacas at the Baba Yara Stadium.
This is the first time, the Ghana Premier League will be played on Friday evening and it is a historic night for both teams, because they have never played on match day 5 and it is also the first time they will play against each other on a Friday in a league fixture.
Kotoko currently sits 14th on the league table with two points after four matches, while Hasaacas have four points and in the 12th position.
Hasaacas and Kotoko met for the first time in the league in 1977, and the encounter was played at Jackson Park, with Hasaacas winning 3-2.
They’ve since played 77 games between themselves with Kotoko winning 41, Hasaacas winning 21, while 15 has ended in a draw.
Total matches played: 77
kotoko wins : 41
Hasaacas wins : 21
Drawn games : 15
In their last six games, Kotoko have the upper hand, winning two games and the remaining ending in a draw.
Tomorrow’s game will be the 78th league between the two sides. Pressure is mounting on Coach David Duncan to win his first match of the season. Injury worries have been the bane of the Porcupine warriors, having suffered series of injuries, before and during the start of the season.
Hasaacas have lost their 2 away league games for the season, but their 4 points were secured at home, beating Techiman City and sharing honours with the champions, Ashgold.
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