The Africa Cup of Nations is reaching its semifinals stage and Ghana will be among those who are searching for that final ticket as they set to face Burkina Faso this Wednesday.
Beating Cape Verde pretty comfortably in the previous stage, Ghana set to face a tougher opponent this midweek.
Burkina Faso are ready to take on Ghana in the semifinals of Africa Cup of Nations this Wednesday and ahead of that game the Stallions' tactician Paul Put said that his team are ready for that clash as their mentally set to face any obstacle.
The poor pitches condition in the Africa Cup of Nations has become of the major talking points in this year's tournament but that apparently isn't going to trouble Ghana national team as they're eying for a place in the final against Burkina Faso.
Ghana 2-0 Cape Verde highlights: One of Africa Cup of Nations' favorite Ghana grabbed a place into the semifinals after beating Cape Verde on Saturday.
Playing in all whites, Ghana took the attacking initiative as they're searching for an early goal which could make things easier for them.
Ghana advanced into the knock out stages of Africa Cup of Nations after beating Niger 3-0 in their final group game on Monday. Commenting on that success, the Black Stars' tactician, James Kwasi Appiah credits his players for stepping up their performance level and hammered their opponent.
Mali's tactician Patrice Carteron refused to blame his players for their 1-0 defeat against Ghana in the African Cup of Nations on Thursday, stating that the Black Star were simply better on that game.
Ghana will face an important match for their African Cup of Nations journey as they look for a win against Mali on Thursday, January 24. Drawing their first game against Kongo, the Black Stars are in need for a win this midweek if they want to keep their chance in qualifying into the next stage.
Ghana striker, Asamoah Gyan isn't keen on having his nation being tagged as favorite to with the upcoming African Cup of Nations as he believes that only performance on the pitch matters, not prediction.