On Tuesday, November 21, Ghana has the opportunity to claim the top spot in Group I if they secure a victory over Comoros.
This follows their recent narrow triumph against Madagascar at the Baba Yara Sports Stadium, where striker Inaki Williams found the net in added time of the second half, earning them three crucial points.
After their Saturday journey to Comoros, the Black Stars utilised the Moroni Training Centre for their practice session on Sunday.
Today marked the team’s final training session at the same venue, affirming their readiness for the impending showdown with Comoros under the guidance of coach Chris Hughton.
In the broader context of the group standings, a win for Madagascar against Chad today, coupled with a draw between the Central African Republic and Mali, sets the stage for Ghana to claim the top position in Group I with a victory over Comoros tomorrow.
The highly anticipated match between Comoros and Ghana is scheduled to commence at 4 p.m. at the Moroni Stadium.