The Black Princesses seek to overturn a 0-1 deficit as they engage Equatorial Guinea for a place in the finals of the Federation of International Football Association (FIFA) U-20 women’s World Cup in Canada later in the year.
The game billed for the Accra Sports Stadium remains Bashir Hayford’s side only hope of making the global gathering in August.
The Black Princesses, chasing a third consecutive appearance at the World Cup lost 0-1 to Equatorial Guinea in the first-leg in Malabo a fortnight ago and require more than a lone victory to pick one of Africa’s three slots for the Canada event.
The Princesses will have no excuse than to rack in a result following the Ghana Football Association’s (GFA) decision to throw the gates open.
The team will be counting on the discipline of captain Beatrice Sesu and hardworking striker, Jane Ayieyam to carry the team through. GNA