Ghana’s Black Queens could play at least two friendly matches before their Africa Women’s Cup of Nations qualifier against Nigeria.
The Black Queens face off with their biggest rivals for a slot at next year’s competition in Morocco.
Ghana were paired with the reigning Champions for the first time in the qualifiers in a draw held at CAF’s headquarters in Cairo, a fixture which has got everyone talking.
Many football fanatics are against CAF’s decision to pair two of the strongest teams in the first round of qualifiers.
This situation means the Queens will need to prepare adequately for the big tie ahead.
As a result, the Ghana Football Association are making arrangements for the team to play at least two friendly matches in the next two weeks before facing off with the nine-time African Champions.
Benin, Togo and Cote d’ Ivoire have been earmarked as the team’s possible friendly opponents.