Sports Innovation previews the World Cup qualifier between Zimbabwe and Ghana and offers team stats, betting tips and the latest odds.
Zimbabwe welcome Ghana to the National Sports Stadium on Tuesday for a 2022 World Cup qualifier.
This is the second meeting between the two sides within four days. They previously met on Saturday, where Ghana secured a 3-1 win on home soil. Andre Ayew, Thomas Partey, and Mohamed Kudus were all on target. The triumph kept them in second place in Group G on six points from three games, with leaders South Africa just a point ahead in the table.
But now the west Africans must do it all again, only this time in Harare instead of at home. With their World Cup qualification hopes on the line, Zimbabwe won’t make things easy. The winless Warriors are bottom of Group G, with just one point to their name in three games.
Stats and facts for Zimbabwe vs Ghana
Form Guide – Zimbabwe vs Ghana
Warriors aim to end barren run.
Things have clearly not worked out well for Zimbabwe based on recent results. In their last 3 games, Wellington Mpandare’s side drew 0-0 with South Africa before losing 1-0 to Ethiopia. They lost 3-1 to Ghana last time out.
Black Stars showing promise.
Ghana hope to continue their current momentum with another positive result. Milovan Rajevac’s side look well suited to take on any opponent at the moment, as seen in their last 3 matches. They started off by beating Ethiopia 1-0, before losing 1-0 to South Africa, then cruising to a comfortable 3-1 win over Zimbabwe.
Zimbabwe vs Ghana – Fixture history
The last meeting between these two teams ended in Ghana claiming a 3-1 win last Saturday. The Black Stars have claimed four wins out of seven meetings in this fixture. The other three times resulted in two draws and one win for Zimbabwe.