An Italy-based Ghanaian spiritualist Evans Frimpong has prophesied a massive win for Ghana over Egypt in their 2014 World Cup qualifying play-off.
The young Ghanaian immigrant living in the Italian city of Genoa claims he has had a direct vision from God and the revelation has it that the Black Stars will record a 5-1 aggregate win over the North Africans.
Frimpong who rightfully predicted the score-lines in Ghana's victory over Zambia last month in Kumasi and the Ghana U20 triumph over Brazil in the 2009 FIFA U20 World Cup, claims Ghana will hammer the Pharaohs 3-0 in Kumasi on Tuesday before completing a double over their opposition with a 2-1 win in the return fixture.
"Just as God revealed the score-line of the Ghana-Zambia game and I made it known to people, God has also revealed to me that Ghana will win 5-1 on aggregate over Egypt," he told Asempa FM's Enock Walanyo.
Both Ghana and Egypt have resulted to spiritual formula for the game with Egypt's Mohammed Abou-Treka set to commission a mosque in a suburb of Kumasi on the eve of the game.
Ghana fans also assembled at the Accra Sports Stadium to offer sacrifice and pray to God to grant them victory in the encounter.
Egypt boost of a favourable dominance over the West African giants and are counting on their superiority to make an appearance in a modern world cup.
The last time they appeared at the mundial was at the 1990 tournament in Italy and they also played at the 1934 edition.