Head coach of the Super Falcons – Randy Waldrum is fully concentrated ahead of the second leg of their 2022 Women’s Africa Cup of Nations qualifier against the Black Queens of Ghana on Sunday, October 24 at the Accra Sports Stadium.

The nine-time African champions goes into the second leg with huge advantage having won the first leg 2-0 but Waldrum has assured that his side will leave nothing to chance in the second leg.

“The staff will get back and we would have some conversations and watch the video of how we want to approach the second leg,” he noted.

“We all know that when you do home and away it’s important to keep a clean sheet at home.

“But it’s also important to score a goal in the second leg because the away goal really counts for you.

“So, we will have to find a balance of making sure that we are attacking but also protecting the two-goal lead that we have.”

By Kristopeace Osei Wusu