Ghana’s next World Cup qualifier slated for March 2025


Ghana’s Black Stars will resume their quest for a place in the 2026 FIFA World Cup when they return to qualification action in March 2025.

Coach Otto Addo’s side will face Chad and Madagascar in crucial matches that could determine their standing in Group I. Currently, they are top of the group after two impressive wins this month.

Black Stars had a mixed start to their campaign, with a win and a loss in their first two games. However, they revived their chances with a comeback win against Mali in Bamako last Thursday and then a thrilling 4-3 victory over the Central African Republic (CAR) in Kumasi on Monday. Jordan Ayew’s hat-trick was instrumental in the comeback win, moving Ghana to the top of their group.

Despite the victory, coach Otto Addo acknowledged the team’s struggles in the first half against CAR, stating, “We had problems in the first half controlling the ball and finding solutions upfront. I take the blame. Maybe I wanted us to do too much, especially given the few days of training we had. I adjusted in the second half, and we deserved to win.”

Ghana’s victory over CAR extended their unbeaten run at the Baba Yara Stadium in Kumasi, where they have not lost since 2000. This venue has become a fortress for the Black Stars, providing a significant home advantage.

With World Cup qualifiers on hold, attention now turns to the 2025 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) qualifiers, which are expected to begin later this year.

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