The Black Stars have a difficult task ahead of them. Although Ghana leads Group E with nine points, the Central African Republic (CAR) team that Chris Hughton’s team will face is only two points behind Ghana.
For their first-ever TotalEnergies CAF AFCON debut, CAR will aim for the maximum three points, while the four-time champion Black Stars only need a draw at home in Kumasi to advance.
Meanwhile, Madagascar vs. Angola will be one of the crucial matches in the group finale. The Black Stars could have their party ruined by Angola since the islanders are already out of the running.
The Palancas Negras trail Ghana by one point, so if they triumph and the Black Stars lose to CAR, it might be disastrous for the west Africans and a major shocker in the group.