Kotoko winger Emmanuel Gyamfi is optimistic his side will grab a win in their outstanding League match against WAFA.
The Porcupine Warriors play guest to the Academy lads at the Red Bull arena in Sogakope this afternoon.
The game which was a match-day 24 fixture had to be postponed due to an unforeseen accident suffered by the reds after a League match against Inter-Allies.
The team made their first road trip after the unexpected incident which occurred on the Nkawkaw road weeks back.
Gyamfi believes his side is capable of clinching victory at a venue which has turned out to be a fortress for Clubs.
“I strongly believe we can get a win there, we know they are strong at home and we have prepared very well for them,” he spoke to TV3.
“We couldn’t win our last game, we want to win the League title and so winning this particular game is going to boost our confidence.
“We will try everything possible to beat them, we have the winning mentality as we are going there and I am very sure we will surely beat them.”
Kotoko are fifth on the League table with 34 points whereas WAFA sits second on the log with 43 points.
By Frank Darkwah