The Black Stars will face Comoros in an all-important fixture as the winner would go top of Group I
Ghana will play Comoros in the second game of Group I of 2026 FIFA World Cup qualifiers on Tuesday.
The Black Stars after the narrow victory over Madagascar in Kumasi last week, would be hoping to make amends and impress Ghanaians with good and impressive football.
A late goal deep in additional time from Athletic Bilbao striker Inaki Williams was all that the Black Stars needed to secure a win.
However, with Comoros also winning on opening day away over Chad, the hosts will now hope to make it two wins in two games and leapfrog Mali to the top of the table.
Mali surprisingly shared the spoils 1-1 at home against Central African Republic while Madagascar recovered from the defeat against Ghana to brush aside Chad 3-0.
With pressure mounting on Ghana coach Chris Hughton, he is expected to ring changes in the squad that defeated Madagascar.
Midfielder Majeed Ashimeru is expected to start ahead of Abdul Salis Samed while captain Andre Ayew will likely come on to help with his experience in the second half.
FIFA African World Cup Qualifiers Group I
FT: results Today
Mali (1-1) CAR
Chad (0-3) Madagascar
Comoros (? – ?) Ghana
- Mali 4pts +2
- Comoros 3pts +2
- Madagascar 3pts +2
- Ghana 3pts +1
- CAR 1pt -2
- Chad 0pt -5