The two Africa powerhouses would lock horns at the Baba Yara Stadium tomorrow for a place in the 2022 Qatar Mundial.
— R̶E̶D̶ H̶U̶N̶T̶E̶R̶ 𓃵 🇺🇦🇷🇺🕊️ (@imredhunter_) March 24, 2022
Super Eagles of Nigeria touch down in Kumasi looking very poised. It's the first leg of the #Qatar22 Qualifier play-off at the Baba Yara Sports Stadium.#SportsMinute #GhanaVsNaija Nigeria pic.twitter.com/SZQ8k6KkJh
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Super Eagles of Nigeria arrive Kumasi for the first leg of the 2022 FIFA World Qualifier play offs against Ghana.#Retweet, #follow $ #Predict the scoreline for the match and stand a chance to win big from here!#SoarSuperEagles #PredictandWin #SuperEagles pic.twitter.com/XVQI9re5A5
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Information reaching the DAILY GUIDE SPORTS indicated that the Super Eagles have started camping back home. However, they are expected to fly direct from Nigeria to Kumasi in a chartered flight today for the crunch tie. Other reports said Kumasi Airport is not an international airport yet, so Nigeria would have to make a stopover in Accra.
Meanwhile, the paper has learnt that Nigeria has camped 24 players to prepare for their match against Ghana. Nigeria has also decided to train at the Moshood Abiola Stadium, venue for their second leg tie against Ghana. This is to help the Nigerian players to get used to the field so that they could beat the Black Stars in the return fixture.
In a related development, the Black Stars of Ghana trained at the Baba Yara Stadium behind closed doors on Tuesday. The close-door training plan, among other things, is to help the Black Stars to hide their tactics from the Nigerians.