Asante Kotoko coach Steven Polack has warned his charges against complacency as they prepare to face bottom placed Bolga All Stars this weekend. 

Kotoko will seek to get back to winning ways after losing their outstanding match against WAFA 2-0 in midweek when they welcome the beleaguered northern-based side to the Baba Yara Sports Stadium on Sunday. 

And in spite of Bolga All Stars facing demotion on their debut, having won two games all season, Polack has said his side will approach the game will all seriousness.  

“We lost against WAFA on Wednesday and we have ourselves to blame considering the chances we missed. But Sunday’s game is a big game regardless of the position Bolga All Stars,” he said ahead of Sunday’s game.

“They are playing against Kotoko and the players will want to demonstrate the quality in case we might want to sign them, so it’s going to be tough and we going to approach the game with positive attitude,” he added.

The Ghana Premier League returns on Sunday following a month’s break which paved way for all outstanding games to be cleared.