Asante Kotoko face Liberty Professionals in titanic clash [ARTICLE]



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Current form

Asante Kotoko

Asante Kotoko have won two, drawn three and lost one, with nine points, but have a game in hand against Dwarfs.

They have won one, drawn one and lost one of their three home league games.

The Porcupine Warriors are yet to score more than a goal this season. They have netted just five goals this season.

Kwame Opoku is Kotoko’s leading top scorer with three goals.

Liberty Professionals

The Dansoman lads have won two, drawn four and lost one in seven league games: They have amassed 10 points.

The Scientific Soccer lads are yet to pick an away win, having drawn two and lost one

Liberty Professionals top scorer is Asamoah Simon Appiah with two goals

Head to head

Asante Kotoko have dominated Liberty Professionals in the Ghana Premier League.

In 34 meetings since the Scientific Soccer lads made their debut in 1999, the Kumasi giants have won 22, drawn 5 and lost 7 against their opponents.

At the home ground of Asante Kotoko they have played Liberty Professionals on 17 occasions. They Porcupine Warriors have won 14, drawn 2 and lost 1.

Liberty’s only win at the home grounds of Asante Kotoko happened in the 2010-2011 season.

Michael Helegbe hit a brace to inspire Liberty Professionals to a 2-3 win at the Baba Yara Sports Stadium.

Matchday 29

Sunday, 29 May 2011

Kotoko 2-3 Liberty Prof

Ahmed Toure and Nathaniel Asamoah for Kotoko/ Michael Helegbe 2x, Alfred Nelson.

Asante Kotoko have won their last four home league games against Liberty Professionals.

Asante Kotoko are the most successful club in the annal of Ghanaian topflight league, while Liberty’s best finish was 3rd place in the 2002 season.

Below is the summary of their encounters

Total= 34

Kotoko wins= 22

Liberty wins = 7

Draws= 5

Kotoko’s home

Total = 17

Kotoko =14

Draw = 2

Liberty =1


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