How Ghana could lineup against Brazil

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The Black Stars of Ghana will come up against Brazil in an International friendly match at the Stade Oceane Le Havre, France on Friday.

The game against the 5-time World Champions forms part of preparations for the 2022 FIFA World Cup to be played in Qatar in November and December.

Head Coach of Ghana, Otto Addo heads into the game with almost all the players he summoned available. Hull City forward Benjamin Tetteh is the only player unavailable. Tetteh was ruled out of the games due to a hamstring injury that will keep him on the sidelines for months.

The likes of Inaki Williams, Mohammed Salisu, Ransford Yeboah Koningsdorffer, Tariq Lamptey and Stephen Ambrosius are all available for selection for the first time.

Head Coach Otto Addo is expected to deploy a 3-4-3 formation in bid to nullify the attacking prowess of the star-studded Brazil team.

Joseph Wollacott who has been Number one since he made his debut in October 2021 against Zimbabwe is expected to start in goal.

Mohammed Salisu is expected to be handed his debut and will be joined in defense by regular Center-back pair of Daniel Amartey and Alexander Djiku.

Dennis Odoi and Baba Rahman are expected to occupy the right wing back and left wing back positions respectively. Baba Iddrissu and Thomas Partey are expected to sit in midfield.

Inaki Williams is expected to make his debut and will play upfront, with Mohammed Kudus and Andre Ayew playing slightly behind him.

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  1. Alexander Dziku cannot be central.
    If he will start, he will have to swap with Salisu.
    Secondly I expect Lamptey to start in Odoi’s place while Odoi’s goes to Gideon’s place.

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