Ghana captain Andre Ayew has let the South African public group know that they ought to get ready for the match of their lives on Sunday demanding the Black Stars scarcely lose their home games.
The Qatar-based midfielder encouraged the Black Stars allies to turn out in their number to help the group in their conclusive 2022 Qatar Fifa World Cup qualifier in Cape Coast on Sunday.
Black Stars will take in Bafana, who showed up in Ghana on Friday, in the exceptionally expected conflict and need a triumph at home to have the option to tie down the gathering’s sole pass to the end of the season games.
The Black Stars chief has told the South African that they should set up an extremely intense client as the Black Stars barely drop focuses at home.
“I don’t recollect the last time we lost a match in Ghana. I will ask the fans to mobilize behind us tomorrow. We simply need their help,” Andre Ayew said on Saturday night at the pre-match question and answer session.
Ghana’s 1-1 draw at Ethiopia in the early evening of Thursday just as SA’s success later against Zimbabwe prompted Bafana (13 focuses +5 objective contrast) with a three-point benefit of Group G over second-put Black Stars (10 focuses, +3 distinction).
On the off chance that Ghana beat Bafana by a one-objective edge on Sunday, they’ll ascend to a +4 edge in the last score, and South Africa will drop to +4 (both at thirteen focuses).
The following standards is the most objectives that are scored inside the gathering.
As of now, the two groups, Bafana just as Ghana have six objectives each, which implies they are both similarly situated. Black Stars would improve by one with a success , and will progress.