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Ghana U20 Women play with Japan today in U20 Women's World Cup

Ghana's U-20 female team will hope to get their primary point at the continuous FIFA World Cup when they take on Japan on Sunday, August 14.

The game, planned for a 17:00 GMT start off, could see the Black Princesses end their competition sooner than they would have needed relying upon the other gathering game among USA and the Netherlands.


The Black Princesses were dismissed by USA in their initial game at the competition, which is being arranged in Costa Rica.

A 3-0 score and a red card to Jacqueline Owusu implies Ben Fokuo's side go into Sunday's down with a must-win mindset in the event that they are to cruise through to the following round.


The red card got on the first day of the season implies Owusu won't be accessible for the game against the 2018 champs.


Japan were 1-0 champs over the Netherlands in their opener and are a success away from progressing to the knockout period of the opposition.


The reigning champs are confident of winning the opposition once more however they will initially need to acquire a decent outcome against Ghana to have the option to make that focus on a reality.


"We have psyched them (players) to set the loss against the USA behind and contemplate the following games," Fokuo expressed preceding the Japan game.


"The game against Japan is vital to us and we want to psych the players quite well, however we are not under any tension.


"We've lost our most memorable game and we would rather not recurrent it once more.


"We will be strategically focused going into the game and ideally get greatest focuses."


Obviously, the Black Princesses have neglected to win any of their second fixture at the last four releases of the U-20 Women's World Cup.


Might they at any point break the pattern today?

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