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2017 WAFU Cup: Ghana face Guinea Today
Ghana’s Black Stars ‘B’ team face a critical test when they face Syli Nationale of Guinea at the Cape Coast Stadium tonight in the first group clash in the West African Football Union (WAFU) Cup of Nations
Ghana benefitted from a late penalty against the Gambia last Saturday to move into the group phase and face very tough challenges as Mali and Nigeria lie in wait for Maxwell Konadu’s charges later in the tournament.
Fate has paired the two sides in Group A alongside one of the tournament’s favourites, Nigeria, as well as Mali which promises some blockbuster clashes in the competition.
Guinea’s performance in the competition suggests they would give their Ghanaian opponents a good run for their money in today’s game in Cape Coast.
Coach Hamidou Camara, whose side progressed at the expense of Guinea-Bissau, would hope to repeat the same dose against the Ghanaians with a side led by Seko Keita and Abdoulaye Camara who are ready to fire them to victory.
In the first group match, Nigeria take on Mali in Cape Coast at 3p.m.