Ghana coach Kwesi Appiah has revealed that the Black Stars will "attach all seriousness" to the Kenya game on March 23rd.
The senior national team host the Harambee Stars in the final AFCON 2019 qualifier on Saturday, with both teams having already qualified for the competition in Egypt in June.
Despite booking a place at the biennial competition, coach Kwesi Appiah has reiterated the importance of a win for his side against Kenya.
“In any game that Ghana plays, it is important to win and to attach it with more seriousness. I believe Kenya has got a very good team, this is my last call up and it is important we try to get a win,” he told reporters.
After the game against Kenya on Saturday, the Black Stars will host Mauritania in an international friendly on March 26th.
Coach Kwesi Appiah disclosed that the game will provide him with an idea of the team to parade for AFCON 2019.
“I should have a rough idea of my AFCON squad after the games but you should never get to the level where you think this is my team, because they have got a lot of games in their various clubs and anything can happen within that period,” he said.