Head coach of Eleven Wonders Enos Adepa is optimistic of victory on Sunday when his side come up against Asante Kotoko in Match Day three of the Normalization Committee Special Competition.
Eleven Wonders are winless in two of the games they have played so far, losing 2-0 and 2-1 to Ashanti Gold and Aduana Stars respectively.
But the former Wa All Stars coach thinks his side have a chance against the Porcupine Warriors despite hosting the game home away from home because of the renovation at their traditional home grounds Ohene Ameyaw Park.
“Looking at what they did at the Confederation Cup and what they are doing now, we have a chance, though it’s is going to be difficult for us.
“Not because we are playing at home because we are playing home away from home.
“But with hard work and determination, we can beat them.
“We are going to have a very difficult game. But this is football anything can happen,” he noted.
Eleven Wonders have since adopted the Nkoranza Children’s Park as their temporary home grounds following the renovation of their traditional home grounds.
Asante Kotoko have a win and a defeat in two games in the NC Special Competition, making their clash with Eleven Wonders a titanic one.