Asante Kotoko will be on the road for another tight battle in the 2021/22 Ghana Premier League fixture this weekend.
The record Ghana Premier League holders, minus the postponed week seven clash against arch rivals, Accra Hearts of Oak, are seated third with 14 points on the league log from seven games.
Their last three games have not come really good as they have managed only two points out of a possible nine.
Week five was a goalless draw at the Crosby Awuah Memorial Park against Karela United before week seven brought a 3-2 loss at the Baba Yara Stadium to city rivals, King Faisal.
The two time African champions were bent on recovering from that loss when they hosted Real Tamale United at the Baba Yara Stadium in week eight but the end result will not bring much smiles to the teeming fans.
Kotoko led the game in the second half through a solo effort by Cameroonian striker, Mbella Frank Thierry but the premier league returnees had other ideas as they kept pushing for the equalizer.
Kotoko goalkeeper, Razak Abalora was at his best but his clearance when a RTU sent in a cross fell to David Abagna Sandan to slot home the equalizer to mute the Porcupine fans.
Head coach, Prosper Narteh Ogum will lead his side as guests of Legon Cities at the El Wak Sports Stadium on Sunday, December 19.
It will be a worthwhile encounter as Legon Cities FC Coach, Maxwell Konadu is set to meet his former employers in week nine at the Dawu Park.
The Royals have not posted impressive results either despite holding defending champions, Hearts of Oak to a barren game in the season’s opener.
They have won just a game, drawn four and lost three in a lead up to collecting seven points and in 14th spot.