In Yaoundé, Friday (20 hours), the Gabonese face a Ghanaian team led by Arsenal defensive midfielder Thomas Partey.
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In a strong group C, Gabon and Ghana will have to go for points which can already prove decisive for the qualification in knockout stages of the CAN 69. After their victory in a close match against the Comoros (1-0), Denis Bouanga (ASSE) and his teammates have great ambitions. The Ghanaians, for their part, lost against Morocco (0-1) for the start of this competition .
Although it is difficult to designate a favorite for this meeting, we can still expect a close match between two quality squads. When they entered the competition, the two teams had almost adopted the same style of play, in particular by leaving possession of the ball to the opponent. Both physical defensively, the teams also relied on the speed of their attackers on the counterattack.
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