Having suffered a defeat against Morocco in their opening game of the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations [AFCON] on Monday, Ghana coach, Milovan Rajevac has said his side is ready for their next game.

The Black Stars will take on Gabon in their second Group C game on Friday with the aim of returning to winning ways at the Stade Ahmadou Ahidjo Stadium on Friday.

Speaking Thursday ahead of the game, the Serbian gaffer said his side is ready and confident of a win on Friday.

‘We are trying to improve our performance and our focus is on Gabon, we have prepared well and I have faith in my players and we are ready for the game tomorrow,” he said at the pre-match conference.

Meanwhile, Andre Ayew who suffered a head injury is fit and available for the game against the Gabonese.

“Andre Ayew is in stitches but doing okay,” the 63-year-old trainer said.

“He will definitely be ready, but I never talk about my selection before the match,” he added.

Source: Modern Ghana

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