Ghana coach Goran Stevanovic says the Black Stars must play the brand of football that will secure a win against Swaziland and also entertain the home fans on Friday night.
For some Black Stars players, Ghana's game with Swaziland would bring back memories of the Black Stars' 3-0 victory in the first leg.
However, ahead of Friday's penultimate Group I clash at the Accra Sports Stadium, Goran Stevanovic is not dwelling on events of the match in Mbabane played a year ago.
The coach is happy with the concentration of his players in training and has asked them not to downplay the threat posed by their opponents in the qualifying for 2012 African Nations Cup.
Stevanovic says the teams priority is to secure victory in Accra and maintain top spot in Group I.
â€œWe must win this game and leave a good impression in front of our home fans while also getting the needed three points," the Ghana coach said.
The Black Stars sit top of the group with a better goal advantage ahead of Sudan.