Black Stars coach Milovan Rajevac is optimistic of giving Ghanaians ‘good performance and positive results’ in the World Cup qualifier match against Zimbabwe later today.
Ghana have a two point advantage against their opponents going into the match after two round of games.
The Black Stars sit in second place with three points while the Warriors languish at the bottom of Group G with one point.
The two teams will lock horns at the Cape Coast stadium in a matchday three encounter on Saturday, October 9, 2021.
Speaking ahead of the game, tbe Serbian manager said: “As I said before, I am very happy to be here again. We had four days and five training sessions so we are preparing and thinking positively about the next match so we will do our best to make everybody happy and to try to deliver good performance and positive results for all of us,”.
“I have faith in my players’ of course it is not an easy decision. Before the match, I have so many things in my mind to make a decision about my starting 11 but you know we all play. So every player is aware of their contribution to the team is important so we are a group and whoever starts, know they have to deliver and we function as a team so before the match, I will make my final decision.” He concluded.