The Porcupine Warriors are yet to record a win in the second round of the League.
Coach Michael Osei and his charges have been able to pick just 2 points in their last five games.
The Reds, having had a decent first round are struggling to maintain their momentum in the League.
The former Ghanaian Champions are fifth on the League table with 33 points.
Sarfo Gyamfi is not ruling out the possibility of winning the League despite their poor run.
“We have eight more matches and the points gap with the first team is just 6 points. We are still confident we can win the title,” he told Ghana Sports Newspaper.
“I know most of our supporters are disappointed because of our performance lately.
“But as I said all hope is not lost, we still have some matches to go and I believe we can get back to the top.”
Kotoko will be hoping to get back to winning ways when they host Dreams FC at the Baba Yara Sports Stadium on Sunday.