Uganda vs Ghana: how and where to watch

Afful Mensah join Ghana injury list ahead of Uganda qualifier

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Christian Atsu has pulled out of the Ghana squad for upcoming World Cup qualifier against Uganda because of a calf problem.

The Black Stars are in a dire situation in Group E and will need a win to brighten their chances of making it to Russian Federation next year.

Head coach James Akwesi Appiah is leading a 21 man team to face the Ugandans in the second leg of the 2018 Federation Internationale de Football Association world cup qualifier. Your best bet is to check who is showing the game in your country, and if they have an online service or iOS/Android app to watch it on.

The Black Stars will play their penultimate match this weekend when they face second-placed Uganda in Kampala.

"We tried to increase the number of players in camp should any one sustained any injury other players can fit in".

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Uganda are now second on the Group E log on seven points, two shy of group leaders Egypt who host bottom side Congo on Sunday.

Basena replaced Serbian tactician Milutin Sredojevi? early this year and has masterminded Uganda's impressive run in the 2018 World Cup qualifiers where and have a realistic chance of making it to Russian Federation at the expense of Egypt and Ghana.

"We are not under pressure but a win will be very positive for us".

Just days after Asamoah Gyan and Thomas Agyepong were omitted from the squad due to injury, now USA-based duo Harrison Afful and Jonathan Mensah also will not make the trip to Kampala.

"We do not care who is coming, and who is not coming to play against us on Saturday".

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