Black Stars skipper Asamoah Gyan is confident Ghana will win the 2019 AFCON qualifier game against Sierra Leone on Thursday, but does not think it will be easy.
The four-time African Champions are looking to bounce back from the 1-0 shock defeat to Kenya in Nairobi a fortnight ago.
The Kayserispor forward who missed the opening two Group H games is making a return to the side and is upbeat about their chances.
”We just got back this afternoon so we just needed to do some shake up exercises but we didn’t do much but most of the guys are playing outside so it won’t affect our game,” he told the media after Monday’s training in Kumasi.
”We make sure we come back quickly because we lost our last game and everybody was disappointed and we are here to make the fans happy.
”So three maximum points is very very important for us and that’s all we working on.”