Maxwell Konadu is confident Kotoko will find the killer touch to silence Hearts in their delayed Ghana Premier League cracker on Sunday.
The two biggest clubs in the country will square off at the Baba Yara eager for the points and bragging rights.
The two teams enter the game with contrasting fortunes. Kotoko have recorded victories in their last two encounters and yet to suffer defeat while Hearts have won twice, suffered three defeats and drawn once.
The Black Stars assistant coach, who was Kotoko’s trainer when Hearts lost 2-1 in Kumasi last season, believes Kotoko hold the aces to win.
“I have heard people say matches involving Kotoko and Hearts do not follow form guide but I beg to differ,” Konadu told Accra-based Happy FM
“As far as I’m concerned form matter and it will matter on Sunday. I am praying that talk of form do not matter is changed.
“I have monitored their game. Kotoko should take control and attack them. They should just play good football on the turf and I believe it will work.”