Today the Black stars of Ghana is clashing Comoros Island at the Roumde Adjia Stadium. This is the most crucial game for the senior national soccer team.
Let's get to know the latest news, probable lineup, h2h and Ghana chances of qualification.
The Swindon Town goal keeper Jojo Wallcot will be in post.
Andy Yiadom (Right Back), Abdul Baba Raman (Left Back), Daniel Amartey (Central Defender), Alexander Djiku (Central Defender).
Edmund Addo (Central Midfielder), Thomas Party (Defensive Midfielder).
Kamaldeen Sulemana (Left Winger), Jordan Ayew (Right Winger), Kofi Kyere (Forward) and Dede Ayew as the main striker.
Head to Head
Have Black stars played Comoros before? What happened?
Actually, Ghana has played against Comoros on two occasions in World cup qualifications. Ghana beats Comoros in one of the fixtures and drew the other. But Ghana should never under rate Comoros.
Black Stars will miss Baba Idrissu ahead of Comoros clash. He sustained injury (hamstring injury) in yesterday training. Black Stars will miss his miss because he is one influential player in the whole team.
Black Stars Chance of qualification
The chance for the Ghanian national team to progress to the round 16 of CAF nations cup is slimed. Already, Cape Verde is having 4 points and is probable they will qualify. Countries like Algeria will also fight for this position. Factors like, red cards will affect black stars chance to qualify. It's like black stars will return to Ghana tomorrow.
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