The Black Stars of Ghana have met Comoros National team twice in their entire club career. The very last time these two National teams met was in 2015. Both matches were played in that same year during the 2015 World Cup qualifying stage.
These two teams first met on 13th November, 2015 and at the end of the game, no team won. It ended in a zero-zero draw.
The very last time these two teams met was in that same year and in the same World Cup qualifying stage. The game was played on 17th November, 2015 and at the end of the game, the Black Stars of Ghana prevailed victorious in a 2-0 win. The goal scorers were Jordan Ayew and Mubarak Wakaso.
These two teams will meet today for the first time in the Africa Cup of Nations. The Black Stars of Ghana must secure a three points in this game in order for them to qualify to the next stage of the competition. Any draw or lose will surely end the hope of Ghanaians in the tournament. Black Stars currently have just one point in the group stage. This point places the team at number three in their group. Comoros on the other hand has no point and are at the button of the group.
Will Black Star's win again as it did the last time or it will end in a draw?
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