2026 World Cup Qualifiers: Central African Republic arrives in Accra for Ghana showdown.

Central Africa Republic have landed in Accra for their upcoming 2026 World Cup qualifier against the Black Stars of Ghana on Monday, June 10, 2024.

The four-time African champions and Central Africa Republic will lock horns at the Baba Yara Stadium 7pm in matchday four of the World Cup qualifications.

The Wild Beasts touched down at Kotoka International Airport in Accra on Friday morning and are expected to travel to Kumasi later in the day.

Central Africa Republic are aware of the task ahead and for that matter, wasted no time to travel to Ghana on time to acclimatize with the weather before the game.

Head coach Raoul Savoy and his squad will hold their first training session in the evening upon their arrival in the Kumasi.

The Black Stars has revived their World Cup qualification chances after triumphing over Mali in Bamako on Thursday night. Jordan Ayew scored a late winner as the Black Stars came from a goal down to shock the best-ranked team in Group I, Mali.

The team, known as the Black Stars arrived in Kumasi at 1:15am on Friday and will regroup for training later today.

Central Africa Republic come to this game on the back of a victory in their previous game in the qualifiers.

However, they are brimming with much confidence, knowing very well that a win against Ghana would propel them to overtake the West Africa powerhouse on the standings.

Ghana has moved to the second position after three matches in Group I, accumulating six points but are tied on points with log leaders Comoros. Mali and Central Africa Republic are tied on four points each on the standings.

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