Today’s World Cup qualifier match between Ghana and Madagascar will likely include players picked by Ghana Black Stars head coach Chris Hughton.
Chris said that the squad does not have a suitable striker leading the Black Stars lineup based on the team’s training.
Even though the standard strategy was altered, the management chose to stick with the traditional 4-2-3-1 configuration, starting Lawerence Ati-Zigi as the favorite despite Jojo Wollacott’s comeback.
Alidu Seidu is anticipated to start for the defense at right back, with Daniel Amartey and Nicholas Opoku paired in the center and Gideon Mensah on the left.
With Jordan Ayew, Joseph Paintsil, Mohammed Kudus, Salis Abdul Samed, and Majeed Ashimeru serving as the double pivots in the midfield, Ernest Nuamah leads a potent offensive line.
After his dismal performance in October, Coach Hughton will be hoping for a victory in today’s game to capture the three points and give his team a strong start to the World Cup campaign.
Kickoff for the game is scheduled for 16:00 GMT at Baba Yara Sports Stadium.
Source: 1Family Radio