Ghana's No. 1

South Africa U-20 ladies arrive on Thursday for return World Cup qualifier

Published on: 11 April 2012

By Ameenu Shardow

Ghana’s opponents, South Africa will arrive in Accra on Thursday night ahead of the second leg World Cup qualifier on Saturday.

The Black Princesses are well on course to securing one of the two African slots for the World Cup with a healthy 2-0 advantage secured in the first leg a fortnight ago in Daveyton.

The South African’s who are however bent on overturning this deficit will be jetting into town with an expected 18-member squad plus seven officials.

The team is expected to touch down aboard South African Airways at the Kotoka International Airport at 20:30GMT and will be immediately checked into the plush PH Hotel in East Legon.

They will train at the match venue (Accra Sports Stadium) on Friday afternoon ahead of the game on Saturday.

The winner of the tie will go on to meet either Tunisia or Kenya in the ultimate qualifier for a place at the finals to be hosted by Japan in August.


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