Guinea-Bissau vs Ghana, Tuesday’s match for the Africa Cup of Nations, Group F, at the Suez Stadium in Suez, Egypt.
Guinea-Bissau have not yet been able to score any goal in this competition that is held in Egypt and in this game is also probably not capable of doing and spoiling the Ghanaian party. Without scoring goals it is not surprising that Guinea-Bissau are in last place in Group F.
However, hope is always the last to “die” and can still dream of overcoming this phase, but in fact it is a very difficult task for the men of Cande Baci. It has been said by the media that high temperatures may be one of the causes because the team did not get reasonable displays, but that is not the cause of everything. Not only have Guinea-Bissau managed to score goals, but they have not been happy in defense either.
Ghana are in second place after sharing points with Benin and Cameroon in the first two group games, they now want to beat Guinea-Bissau on Tuesday night and secure their place in the African Cup of Nations. The men of James Kwesi Appiah are currently with the same Benin, who curiously have similar results in the last two games.
Ghana has been a more offensive team than their opponent and is certainly the favorite to get out of this game with all three points. Ghana drew 0-0 in the last game, but even made a reasonable showing as they created more opportunities than Cameroon. This selection has more quality than Guinea and probably this difference in quality makes it the key to success for Ghana, with players like Andre Ayew, Thomas Partey, Mubarek Wakaso and Jordan Ayew who can make a difference.
Everything points to a game with a few goals, Ghana does not have a lot of goals, but to play against the Guinea team who have not been able to score, my guess is for the victory of the Kwasi Appiah men.