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The Black Satellites of Ghana will encounter the Hippos of Uganda this evening in the fabulous last of the continuous Total CAF U-20 Championship at the Stade de Olympique in the Mauritanian capital, Nouakchott. 

The 2009 World bosses will hope to granulate their fourth title the extent that this competition is a worry to step up with the Young Pharaohs having won in 1993, 1999, and 2009 whiles the Hippos will likewise need to win interestingly. 

Ghana began a higher note in the gathering stages yet didn't show up well having completed as one of the third-best in the opposition however figured out how to push out most loved Cameroon from the opposition with a 4-2 success by means of punishment shootouts. 

Notwithstanding, the Satellites additionally took a demonstration of tremendous retribution against the Gambia in the semi-last depending on Precious Boah's extravagant free-kick to journey into the last 

Then, having completed on the second situation in Group A, Uganda took off Burkina Faso before embarrassing Tunisia 4-1 in the semi-last gratitude to a hattrick from Derrick Kokooza who's presently driving the top-scoring visit with five objectives. 

Heading into the crunchy game, Black Satellites gaffer Karim Zito has expressed it will be a dreary assignment for him and his fellows conceding Uganda has an extremely solid group. He said; 

"In Africa now, there are no huge names or little names. Every nation is improving and we realize Uganda will be an intense adversary. They beat Tunisia 4-1 and it was not karma. They played well and we won't underestimate them." 

The opening shot 


Television slots 

The match will be live on Canal Sports, beIN Sports, and GTV Sports Plus 

Likewise, clients of GOTV, DSTV, and StarTimes TV/App will have admittance to watch the game

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