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According to GHANAsoccernet.com. Thomas Partey, an influential midfielder for Ghana, won’t be able to play because he hasn’t been able to return to action since sustaining an injury while playing for Arsenal in a match against Crystal Palace in the Premier League. Ghana will be without Partey. In addition to these players, the injured Joseph Aidoo and Andy Yiadom will not be participating. The availability of the Black Stars’ captain, Ayew, and Benjamin Tetteh, who is making a return to the team after missing the playoff match against Nigeria because he was suspended, are both positive developments for the squad.

Coach Addo also has Bristol City forward Antoine Semenyo at his disposal, who could make his debut, while Jordan Ayew of Crystal Palace is also in the squad.

In the meantime, Madagascar, which will be led by caretaker coach Eric Rabesandratana, will have to navigate the away fixture without the services of Marco Ilaimaharitra and Romain Metanire, both of whom are unable to participate due to injuries.

Preview of the Game

The Black Stars and the Barea have never competed against one another before in the history of the African Cup of Nations (Afcon). Despite this, they have only ever faced each other in a game that counted for competition once, and that was in 2003 at a Four-Nation tournament, where they tied 3-3.

Madagascar have one win from the same number of matches as Ghana, and that win came on October 10, 2021, when they defeated the Democratic Republic of Congo 1-0 at the Mahamasina Municipal Stadium in a World Cup qualifying match. Ghana, on the other hand, have not won any of their last six matches.

Prior to their victory over DR Congo, they had lost three consecutive matches in the same qualifiers, starting with a 1-0 loss to Benin, followed by a 3-2 loss to Tanzania in Dar es Salaam, and finally a 2-0 loss to DR Congo.

Madagascar’s most recent two matches, both of which were used for World Cup qualifying, ended with a loss by a score of 2-0 to Benin and a draw by a score of 1-1 against Tanzania at home.

The Black Panthers, following their match against Madagascar, Madagascar’s most recent two matches, both of which were used for World Cup qualifying, ended with a loss by a score of 2-0 to Benin and a draw by a score of 1-1 against Tanzania at home.

Following their game against Madagascar, the Black Stars will head out of the country for their matchday two fixture against the Central African Republic on June 5 at Estadio 11 de Novembro, while the Barea will head back to their home stadium of Mahamasina Municipal Stadium to host Angola.

Source:Kingsnews

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