Finally, Ghana’s World Cup final-elimination match versus Nigeria has been made public after weeks of secrecy surrounding the team. They will compete for one of Africa’s five FIFA World Cup berths later this year, when the tournament is held in Qatar. Thomas Partey, Jordan Ayew, Daniel Amartey, and Mohammed Kudus are among the notables on the list of opponents for the Nigeria Interim Championship. Coach Otto Addo of the Black Stars has announced his team, which will face Nigeria in a favorable matchup in West Africa. A “special plan” devised by the Ghana Football Association was used to keep the team under wraps until today, according to Otto Addo. The first leg of the World Cup playoffs between Ghana and Nigeria will take place at the Baba Yara Sports Stadium in Accra on March 25 before the second leg takes place at the Moshood Abiola National Stadium in Abuja on March 28.
The whole list is below: Goalkeepers: Eupen’s Abdul Manaf Nurudeen, Swindon Town’s Joseph Wollacott’s Richard Ofori, Orlando Pirates’ Lawrence Ati Zigi, and others (St. Gallen)
D-backs: Andy Yiadom of Reading FC, Dennis Korsah of Heart of Oak, Gideon Mensah of Girondins Bordeaux, Daniel Amartey of Leicester City, Alexander Djiku of Strasbourg FC, Joseph Aidoo of Celta Vigo, Dennis Odoi of Fulham, Abdul Mumin of Vitoria Guimaraes, and Montari Kamaheni of Leicester City. Midfielders: (Ashdod FC) Edmund Addo, Thomas Teye Partey, Mohammed Kudus, Daniel Kofi Kyere, Elisha Owusu, and Baba Iddissu are all midfielders for Real Mallorca (Gent)
Osman Bukari (Nantes), Joseph Paintsil (Genk), Abdul Fatawu Issahaku (Sporting Lisbon), Christopher Antwi Adjei (Bochum), and Yaw Yeboah (Bochum) are some examples of the best wingers in the league (Columbus Crew)
In the offensive line-up, look for players like Chris Antwi Adjei of Bochum, Felix Afena Gyan of AS Roma, and Kwasi Wriedt of Holstein Kiel (Crystal Palace)