Berekum Chelsea coach Randolf Armah is looking forward to an interesting fixture when they play away to Asante Kotoko in the Ghana Football Association Normalisation Committee Special Competition on Wednesday.
The Blues beat Ashanti Gold on their last Matchday, and have a tougher task at hand this time. They will be coming up against an in-form Kotoko side who currently top the table in Zone A.
"We’ll play against a special Kotoko team, they have prominent talent in their team and are led by a wonderful tactician," Armah said at the pre-match press conference.
"My boys, especially the young ones, will cherish playing against such a team in such a stadium.
"They will enjoy the game, with an eye on a point against Asante Kotoko.
"I pray the fans - for and against Asante Kotoko - all come to the stadium to witness a beautiful game. We have made history there before."
Chelsea are third from bottom in the standings and have not had the best of starts to the novelty league, having won one and lost three of their four games so far.