PREVIEW: Black Stars To Dig Deep Against Comoros in World Cup qualifier

Following a goalless draw on Friday between Ghana and Comoros in their 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifier first leg clash, both teams will be aiming to get a win when they meet again on Tuesday in Kumasi.

Andre Ayew is fully fit for the World Cup qualifier on Tuesday despite reports that he has a knee problem.

Some might have assumed that Ghana were going to be too strong for Comoros, but it wasnt to be as the small country played well and settled for a draw.

Ghana will have their hopes on Baba Rihman, who couldnt really offer much in the previous match despite playing a full 90 minutes.

On the other hand the experience of Ibrahim Rachidi will be vital on this second leg as the team is hungry for success and to make a name for itself.

Ghana captain Asamoah Gyan is confident they will be at the best level to account for the Islanders.

"The fans should expect a good performance, which is the most important thing. We are playing to qualify but first of all, we will make sure we put in a very good performance to make them happy, the Shanghai SIPG forward said.

We know we were not up to the task in the first game so we will make sure we turn things around.