The General Mathieu Kerekou Stadium in Benin probably, is going to fill in as Ghana’s impartial reason for the game against Nigeria in the World Cup qualifiers should Cape Coast and Kumasi bomb the check.
The scene for Ghana’s significant World Cup season finisher against Nigeria is in an in-between state in front of CAF’s examination of the Cape Coast Stadium on Monday, March 14, 2022.
With eleven days staying to the primary leg in Ghana, FIFA/CAF has sent an admonition message that the game will be moved to a nonpartisan ground following the unfortunate idea of the Cape Coast arena.
The Cape Coast arena was utilized for Ghana’s 65th Independence Day march, leaving the turf in unplayable state.
Nonetheless, the National Sports Authority has been working nonstop to guarantee it is looking great for the match against Nigeria.
The first leg is planned for Friday, March 25, with the return experience set for March 29, 2022 in Abuja.