Coach Milovan Make Changes As He Names Ghana Starting XI To Play South Africa

Black Stars head coach, Milovan Rajevac, has made two changes to his starting line up to face South Africa in the crucial 2022 World Cup qualifying match at the Cape Coast Stadium.

Joseph Aidoo and Richmond Boakye-Yiadom have been relegated to the bench as Mubarak Wakaso and Alexander Djiku return to Black Stars’ starting eleven against the Bafana Bafana of South Africa.

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Mubarak Wakaso will be in the middle with Baba Idrrisu, with Mohammed Kudus expected to have a liberal role in the team that faces Hugo Broos’ South African side.

Ghana captain Andre Dede Ayew makes his 100th appearance for the Black Stars as a striker and will be supported upfront by Rennes’ Kamaldeen Sulemana and Jordan Ayew.

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Swindon Town’s Jojo Wollacott seems to have cemented his spot as the first choice goalkeeper for Ghana and he remains between the sticks for Ghana once again.


16 Jojo Wollacot
2. Andrew Yiadom
17. Baba Rahman
23. Alexander Djiku
18. Daniel Amartey
21. Idrrisu Baba
20. Mohammed Kudus
9.Jordan Ayew
10. Andre Ayew (c)
11. Mubarak Wakaso

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