Host nation – Cameroon are through to the roof after beating the Walias of Ethiopia by four goals to one at the Olembe Stadium. The Stallions have now won two games and are in a very comfortable position to qualify for the next round. Burkina Faso, on the other hand, did justice to the Blue Sharks of Cape Verde as they won by a goal to nil and are on the second spot of Group-A table with the same point as Cape Verde.
And today (14/1/22) four fixtures are scheduled to take place – thus Senegal – Guinea, Malawi – Zimbabwe, Morocco – Comoros, and Gabon – Ghana.
However, one of the fixtures most football fans are looking forward to is Gabon – Ghana, given the fact that Ghana has a slim chance of qualifying after their defeat to Morocco, and Gabon is in a solid position to make it to the next round of the competition with a win or draw. And in this article, we are going to make a preview of how each team will line up against each other in today’s clash.
The Brazilians of Gabon have welcomed two stars, OGC Nice star – Mario Lemina and Arsenal frontman Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang back to the squad which French Coach – Patrice Neveu might include them in today’s clash against the Black Stars of Ghana in a 4-2-3-1 formation.
Jean-Noel Amonome who plays his trade with South Africa’s second-tier club Uthongathi will be in the goal post for the Brazilians. France second-tier sides – Bastia and Rodez AF, stars – Lloyd Palun and Johann Obiang with take the right and left-back position respectively partnering with Bruno Ecuele Manga (Dijon), and Sidney Obissa (OC Charleroi – Belgium) in center-back.
Defensive midfield position will see OGC Nice star – Mario Lemina coming in for Crvena Zvezda star – Guélor Kanga partnering with André Poko (Altay -Turkey). In the forward zone will be Saint-Étienne star – Denis Bouanga partnering with Louis Ameka Autchanga (MAS de Fés – Morocco), Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (Arsenal), and Al-Arabi SC frontman – Aaron-Salem Boupendza.
Amonome, Palun, Ecuele, Obissa, Obiang, Lemina, Poko, Bouanga, Autchanga, Aubameyang, Boupendza.
After an awful start to the Campaign, Ghana Serbian Coach – Milovan Rajevac is likely to name the squad used against Morocco with the only likely omission will be Stade Rennais star – Kamaldeen Sulemana.
England fourth-tier club – Swindon Town will see their star player – Joseph Wollacott in goal post for the Black Stars of Ghana once again alongside Reading stars – Abdul Baba Rahman, and Andy Yiadom taking the left and right-back position partnering with Alexander Djiku (Strasbourg – France), and Leicester City star Daniel Amartey in the center-back.
Thomas Partey (Arsenal) and Iddrisu Baba (RCD Mallorca) will line up in the defensive midfield leaving Joseph Paintsil (KRC Genk – Belgium), André Ayew (Al-Sadd), Daniel-Kofi Keyereh (St. Pauli), and Crystal Palace star Jordan Ayew leading the attacking role.
Wollacott, Rahman, Djiku, Amartey, Yiadom, Keyereh, Partey, Baba, A. Ayew, Paintsil, J. Ayew.
This are the possible lineup from the camp of these two teams.
Statistically, these two teams have met on three occasions with Black Stars of Ghana winning two against one, so who will be winning in today’s clash scheduled to take place at exactly 4:00 pm GMT?.
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