Black Princesses head coach Mas ud Dramani says his side are well prepared for their World Cup qualifying against Ethiopia which will be played on Saturday in Addis Ababa.
The National U-20 female team will engage their Ethiopian counterparts in the first leg tie of the final African qualifier for the 2016 FIFA U20 Women’s World Cup which will be played in Papua New Guinea.
The Ghanaian contingent made up of the playing body and management members arrived in Ethiopia on Thursday and will train on Friday ahead of the match which will be played this weekend.
Coach Dramani has disclosed that his team will go into the game with a prepared plan that will put them in a better position in the second leg tie.
“It’s a qualifier so we expect them to come out very strong but we are going in with a game plan which is to remain compact and work hard for a clean sheet. We will hope to play more on the breaks”, the Princesses coach told Ghanafa.org.
The match is expected to kick off at 1:00pm GMT(3:00pm local time) on Saturday.