Coach Milovan Rajevac has promised a quick rebound for the Black Stars as they seek to conquer the Warriors of Zimbabwe this afternoon at the Cape Coast Stadium in their Qatar 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifying Group G game.

The Black Stars are currently second in the group with 3 points having lost their last game [0-1] against group leaders – South Africa in Johannesburg.

Ghana need a quick spark to bring back the hope of qualifying to the next World Cup in Qatar and the head coach is confident of victory ahead of his maiden challenge against Zimbabwe.

“As I said before, I am very happy to be here again. We had four days and five training sessions so we are preparing and thinking positively about the next match,” coach Milo said on Friday.

“We will do our best to make everybody happy and to try to deliver good performance and positive results for all of us,” he added.

“We have good young talents but you need players who are matured enough. So the mixture of young and experience players is usually the best recipe for the success.”

“The Zimbabwe team is much higher level so this match is very competitive and we are aware of that. So we are going to give our best to win, which is our goal and target so we will use all our capacity and try to win all three points.”