Zimbabwe will not be able to have fans in their stadiums when they play Ghana on Tuesday in the FIFA World Cup qualifier.
The Confederation of African Football (CAF) reduced the country’s request to let fans enter the Harare stadium.
This is a good thing for Ghana and is also an advantage since they don’t need to contend with the intimidating crowd in Zimbabwe National Sports Stadium.
While Zimbabwe won’t have supporters, Ghana will have fans when they play the Warriors next Saturday, at Cape Coast Stadium.
The two teams will meet twice over the course of four days, and both teams are desperate for the points the 6 points.
Ghana require six points, which could allow them to rise to the top of Group G, as Zimbabwe need to win both of their games in order to stay out of the group.
South Africa top the group with four points and is followed by Ghana and Ethiopia with three points each and Zimbabwe is last with just one point after two games.