After winning back-to-back in all competitions for the first time in two months, supporters of the Porcupine Warriors are yearning to see Asante Kotoko wallop Great Olympics on Sunday as the 2017 Ghana Premier League enters week 17.

The Porcupine Warriors are yet to drop a point since Coach Steven Polack took over from Frimpong Manso and would like to keep the pace.

Another icing on the cake in the camp of Kotoko is that documentary work regarding Saddick Adams transfer has been completed successfully.

According to the club, the striker who is expected to lead the attacking machinery of the Porcupine Warriors had his first training with his teammates on Wednesday.

With a win in their first match of the second round, Kotoko have leapfrogged to the fifth [5th] position on the Premier League log with 24 points and a win for them over Olympics could propel them to move closer to their greatest rivals [Hearts of Oak] who will play as guest to WAFA on the same day.

On the other hand, Great Olympics will go into this fixture full of confidence having won the first leg in Accra.

Coach Tom Strand has really transformed Great Olympics since he took over from Godwin Attram and will surely give Steven Polack real problems at the Baba Yara Stadium.

The Olympics gaffer was at the Tema Park to watch the Tema Youth versus Asante Kotoko game last Sunday where Baba Mahama’s goal won the day for the Porcupine Warriors.

Olympics need at least a point in this fixture and as such will go into this match with an attacking game plan which could be a blessing in disguise for the host.

By Frederick Marfo|