Black Maidens will enter the Bayil Stadium in Baku on Wednesday aware that only a win can keep their hopes of a second round berth at the FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup Azerbaijan 2012.
Ghana's U-17 women's team face newcomers, Uruguay in Group D after either side lost their opening game.
For the Black Maidens, who are making their third-time appearance at the competition, they cannot afford to lose, having overcome the heartache of their a 2-1 defeat to Germany on Sunday.
Mas-ud Didi Dramani's side can change their destiny at the competition, a belief held by Ellen Coleman, one of the competition's veterans and who is making her third appearance following her debut in 2008.
“It [defeat to Germany] was our first game and we promise that we’re going to win our next game and get out of the group,” she said.
“We have a lot of belief in our team and in our ability. Though we couldn’t get the win in our first game, we need to keep our chins up and believe we can beat Uruguay and China. If we can get out of the group, I think we can make the semis or even the final here.”