Medeama host Champions Asante Kotoko in the top-liner of Match Day- 6 of the Ghana Premier League in Tarkwa on Saturday.

The Mauve and Yellow are eager to turn around recent poor results after losing three successive matches for the first time in the club’s history.

Medeama started the season on a blistering note, winning at Legon Cities and beating Real Tamale United at home.

However, we have lost their last three matches to highlight the need to improve and fast.

The two-time FA Cup champions are facing the champions in their best unflattering form at the Akoon Community Park, eager to turn things around.

Medeama lost 2-0 at the same venue to the Porcupine Warriors – a defeat which eventually aided the Ghanaian giants the Premier League crown.

Medeama welcome goalkeeper Boris Mandjui Jnr into the squad for the first time in nine months after recovering from an knee injury he picked up backed in March this year.

The return of the exciting Ivorian glovesman is a major boost for the side.

Medeama 16-year-old Moro Mukhtar, who impressed in his debut against Great Olympics, faces his biggest career test against the record Ghana Premier League holders.

Meanwhile, David Duncan’s side will aim to bounce back from defeat and close the gap the on the league table, after they were defeated by Great Olympics on Monday.

Kotoko are yet to taste defeat on each of their previous two visits to Tarkwa.

Zakaria Mumuni returns to the Medeama squad after missing the Great Olympics defeat on Monday.

The top-liner of the week is expected to be an explosive contest between two of the finest clubs in the West African nation.