Ghana set up camp in Kenya before facing Ethiopia


The Ghana national team will set up camp in Nairobi starting Monday November 12 to prepare for their fifth day of the 2019 African Cup Qualifying Cup (AFCON) match to Ethiopia on Week 18 in Addis Ababa.

Ghana, who are in Group F along with Kenya and Ethiopia, were inactive during matches day 3 and 4 after the elimination of Sierra Leone from qualification by the CAF.

Before taking Kenya in September, Ghana held a camp in Ethiopia to help prepare for the 2nd day's match.

20 – man

Head coach Kwesi Appiah has appointed 20 players for the match with the Ayew brothers, Jordan and Andre returned to the national team.

West Africans are currently in second place in the group with three points from their opening two matches while Ethiopia are bottom with just one point.

Do or die

Antelope Waaliya will not target anything except victory at home to keep their hopes of appearing next year in Cameroon, alive.

Kenya topped the group with seven points and marched to play Sierra Leone, who lost on match day 1, on match day 5, but it is still unclear whether the match will be played.

If not, then Kenya will qualify for the Nations Cup for the first time in 15 years.


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