Ghana hosts Zimbabwe in 2022's FIFA World Cup qualifying Group G match that will be played on Saturday afternoon.
The game will take place at Cape Coast Stadium in the city of Cape Coast. Kick-off is at 4 pm GMT.
This game is accessible for streaming via FIFA TV on YouTube. The channel will offer the live stream but only to certain regions.
The national TV broadcaster ZBC TV hasn't announced its location, but is expected to broadcast the match.
The problem is that SuperSport TV will not provide any coverage of the match due to rights concerns that are yet to be resolved.
Ghana vs Zimbabwe Probable XI
Ghana (4-2-3-1): Lawrence Ati-Zigi; Philimon Baffour, Baba Rahman, Daniel Amartey, Alexander Djiku, Iddrisu Baba, Thomas Partey; Mohammed Kudus, Kamaldeen Sulemana André Ayew; Jordan Ayew.
Zimbabwe (4-4-2): Washington Arubi; Perfect Chikwende, Teenage Hadebe, Alec Mudimu, Brendan Galloway; Blessing Sarupinda, Thabani Kamusoko, Marshall Munetsi, Khama Billiat; Knowledge Musona, Knox Mutizwa.
Both sides are looking to bounce back from defeats in the last game, Ghana will be welcoming Zimbabwe at the Cape Coast Sports Stadium on Saturday.
The hosts lost 1-0 against South Africa on September 6 and the hosts were defeated by Ethiopia on the same day.
Following winning their opening game against Ethiopia, Ghana had the chance to gain an advantage in high in Group G but failed to make use of.
The match was even before the game began the final stages of play and it was Bongokuhle Hlongwane to thrash Milovan Rajevac's players in Johannesburg with a 83rd-minute goal.
This loss resulted in that the Black Stars fall one point ahead of the Bafana Bafana team in what will be a fierce contest for a place at Qatar in the coming year.
The west Africans need to find immediate action against the Zimbabwe side that has lost three times in the last six matches between the teams.
The hosts on Saturday who have not lost during their six games on their home turf, after a 3-0 loss in the face of Mali in the year 2020 they are certain that they will take home all three points from this match.
Zimbabwe more than adequately portrayed of their encounter with Ethiopia and Ethiopia, which was a decision in the final moments because of a penalty imposed by the Aschalew Tamene.
Zdravko Logarusic's players who were not fortunate enough to come out winning in the first round against South Africa in the opening round and were then left to rue their luck again.
The Warriors are the only team in the group to have a win, and, not surprisingly, they remain in the bottom spot after their first two games.
Saturday's visitors also have struggled to score on the the net for the time, and they will have to be on the offensive end to change the direction of.