Stadium: Stade de Moroni
Time: 21.11.2023, 07:00 PM
The Coelacanths will face off against Ghana at the Stade de Moroni Stadium on Tuesday. Comoros head here with a commanding performance in their opening game, while Ghana waited till the last few seconds of the game to break Madagascar’s wall.Grab Your Signup Bonus!
FIFA Ranking: 128th
Last five games: LWDWW
Stefano Cusin's men began their FIFA World Cup journey with a deserving (4-2) victory over Central African Republic. Comoros scored all the goals against their opponents as Younn and Hakim Abdallah put the ball in their own net, while Kassim, Youssouf, Said and Maoilda were all on the scoreboard.
Unfortunately, Comoros won’t grace the AFCON Tournament next year after finishing third on the log. They are unbeaten in their last four games and will be playing with full confidence on their ground.
FIFA Ranking: 60th
Last five games: WWLLW
The Black Stars almost drew their opening game, thanks to Inaki Williams, who saved the day with his last-ditch goal. Ghana were lucky not to have conceded as Madagascar hit the post once, and of course, the Black Stars missed some chances where they could have won the game before the break. It was an improvement compared to their recent clash against USA.
Ghana will partake in the AFCON Tournament after wrapping up the group phase with twelve points from a possible eighteen. They went unbeaten throughout the campaign, scoring eight while conceding three times.
Ghana have lost twice, won four, and drawn twice over their previous seven games in all competitions. Chris Hughton has only lost twice since his arrival, winning four and sharing the spoils twice.
Expert Betting Tips
Over their previous three meetings, Ghana have won twice while Comoros have recorded a win. Their recent meeting happened in last year's AFCON Tournament, where Comoros took advantage of ten men Ghana to win (2-3). Comoros have shown class over the years, and with their commanding performance over a stiff Central Africa side, we think they’ll perform well here. On the opposing end, Ghana will have to strengthen their defence to stand a chance here after their lucky (1-0) victory over Madagascar. The host's defence isn’t strong, and we think Ghana will get a goal or two. Having said that, we also believe Comoros stand a chance of finding the back of the net since they have scored in their last four games; bet on BTTS for 2.36.
We expect to see more than two goals here for 2.51.
This encounter will witness more goals after the break for 2.15.