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By El-Amisty Nobo

Coach Paa Kwesi Fabin is expecting a fire cracking challenge as the Black Starlets come face-to-face with India in their last Group A match of the 2017 FIFA U-17 tournament at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium in New Delhi this afternoon.

The Black Starlets lost their second match [0-1] against the United States of America and are bent on redeeming their image against the host but Paa Kwesi Fabin expect a tricky duel.

“I know for sure they’ll come stronger in our game,” the Starlets coach told the press after Ghana’s last training session yesterday.

India, though yet to win a match in the competition are not completely out of the equation since a resounding win over Ghana could secure them a place in the Round of 16 as one of the best third placed teams.

Jackson Singh Thounaojam [Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium] out jumps his markers to pull even for India
Jackson Singh Thounaojam [Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium] out jumps his markers to pull even for India
Coach Paa Kwesi Fabin believes that, but for hard luck India could have snatched victory from Colombia in their second match:

“They were just unlucky in the second game because they hit the bar twice and could have won the game against Colombia so looking at all these factors I am anticipating a tough game for my boys and it’s going to be crucial.”

The Black Starlets will go into this game without Abdul Razak Yusuf who got injured in Ghana’s last match against the United States of America.

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