Ghana head coach Charles Kwablan Akonnor has said his side is taking their game against South Africa very serious and aim at claiming all three points.
The Black Stars come face to face with the Bafana Bafana at the FNB Stadium in Johannesburg on Monday in the 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifications.
Ghana pipped Ethiopia 1-0 in their opening fixture at Cape Coast stadium last Friday and are looking to make two wins out of two.
South Africa shared the spoils with Zimbabwe in the other group game last Friday.
“It is a match that we have taken very, very seriously, when we played Ethiopia, there were certain things we needed to do, we have learnt from those things,”
“I believe that come Monday, we will improve and we are looking to have a good match and the team is looking forward to have the three points.
The Black Stars currently top the standings after round one with 3 points, South Africa, Zimbabwe have a point each and Ethiopia with no point.