25th Mar, 2022 @ 12:02 pm
When Ghana and Nigeria meet in the opening leg of the Africa World Cup playoffs, there will be fireworks.
The Black Stars did not do well at the 2022 AFCON, finishing last in Group C with only one point.
Ghanaian footballers are in a bad mood ahead of Friday's match, which is likely the main reason why a home win should be ruled out. Jordan and Andre Ayew, as usual, will be the men to watch for the home team.
Innocent Bonke will start the opening leg for the Super Eagles, who will be without Leicester City midfielder Wilfried N'Didi.
Kelechi Iheanacho, his teammate, is anticipated to start for the visitors, while Almeria's emerging sensation Umar Sadiq is expected to start from the bench.
In any case, a competitive match is expected at Cape Coast Sports Stadium, since Ghana is a difficult team to beat at home.
This match will take place on March 25, 2022, at 20:30.