On Friday, the Ghana Black Stars will fly to Luanda, Angola, in preparation for their second qualifying match for the 2023 Africa Cup of Nations, which will be played against the Central African Republic.
The Black Stars got off to a strong start by defeating Madagascar by a score of 3-0 in the first game of the qualifying tournament, which took place on Wednesday at the Cape Coast Sports Stadium in Ghana.
The team is currently in Accra getting ready to leave for the game in Luanda, which will take place in Luanda.
Because there is no approved venue for the Central African Republic team to play their home games, the team decided to play the Black Stars game in Angola instead.
Richard Ofori and Andy Yiadom were both present for Thursday’s Black Stars practice at the Accra Sports Stadium. The session was held in preparation for the upcoming match.
Hearts of Oak has taken a step back. After receiving a late call up, Dennis Korsah quickly joined the team’s training session.
On Friday, the team will set out on their trip to Angola and begin their travels.
Following Wednesday’s victory over Madagascar, Ghana is currently in first place in Group E with three points. As a result of their come-from-behind victory over Central African Republic (2-1), Angola are now in second place on the table with three points.