Premier League strugglers, Kotoku Royals made a dramatic entry into the top flight last term but they now look like making a sharp return to the second tier next season.
Kotoku Royals are bottom of the table with a paltry 23 points despite managing to hold leaders, Aduana Stars to a 1-1 draw in week 29 of the BetPawa Premier League.
The club’s head coach, John Eduafo remains confident of their survival hopes notwithstanding their current poor form.
“Until we play our last game, I will never accept the fact that we will not survive.
“We have picked a point yes, but we are looking forward to the next game that is coming” John Eduafo told StarTimes.
Kotoku Royals have managed three draws and two defeats in their last five games and will next travel down south as guests of fellow strugglers, Great Olympics in match day 30.