While Uganda will be away to Togo in Lome, Ghana will be at home to Guinea in another group E 2015 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier.
Despite Guinea forcing a 1-1 draw in the first leg in Casablanca on Saturday, Coach Michel Dussuyer is wary of the threat The Black Stars can pose at home.
“We know that Ghana is a great team; one of the most important in Africa and one of the best and to play away in Tamale with Ghanaian audience, we know it will be difficult for us,” Dussuyer told ghanasoccernet after Tuesday’s training session.
Guinea are just one point behind Group E leaders Ghana who have five points after three rounds of matches though they sit in 3rd position due to an inferior goal difference to Uganda which brings Dussuyer to this; “We know it is a Group which the positions are very close so Ghana need a victory and we are well aware of that and we will do our best to know that.”
Ghana players are hoping to revive their game plan and record a first home win after a bore 1-1 draw with Uganda in Kumasi last month.
Ghana need victory to extend their lead at the top before they pay a courtesy visit to Uganda next month.