Maxwell Konadu, head trainer of Asante Kotoko, has revealed his side will go back to the drawing board to map a strategy against Ashgold.
The Porcupine Warriors will host their regional rivals on Sunday at the Baba Yara Sports Stadium in the match-day 10 fixtures.
“We will meet as a technical team and map out the strategy we are going to deploy against Ashgold,” he said as quoted by Daily Kotoko.
“We saw them against Hearts and if they play the same way I think we have an idea of their strategies and systems,” he said.
Mr Konadu also said the absence of fans during the encounter will affect the team greatly.
“I have said it over and over again because playing without our supporters isn’t good; we see ourselves as being at a disadvantage.
“It is not the best for us but I think that is the last and we will go and kill it and make sure that when our supporters are back, we will play up to expectations,” he added.
Kotoko will play again without the presence of the fans for the last time as the stadium ban will be lifted after the match.
The Reds stunned Dreams FC at Dawu in the match-day nine fixtures.