Asante Kotoko could compound the woes of relegation threatened, Great Olympics at the latter’s second venue, the Sogakope Park on Wednesday.
The Porcupine Warriors who are looking to defend the league title, share the 4th spot on the league table with rivals, Heats of Oak on 42 points after 27 games of the BetPawa Premier League.
Great Olympics on the other hand sit 17th on 32 points same as Tamale City and Karela United.
Kotoko assistant coach, Abdulai Gazale says they need all three points to catch up with clubs above them.
“They [Great Olympics] are not also bad but unfortunately they are at the bottom of the league table.
“But we are not going to joke with it because we have or aim, our aim is to get on top of the table and definitely we are not going to take it easy.
“We are going all out against Great Olympics to see how we can that three maximum points for us to also catch up with those who are ahead of us.” He told StarTimes