Coach of the Ghana U-20 Women’s team, Yussif Basigi, has stated that his team is fully prepared to face their Algerian counterpart come Friday.
The Princesses left Accra for Algeria on Tuesday for the game in the North African country on Friday night.
Black Princesses have been in camp preparing for the first leg encounter against the Algerians in the 2018 FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup in France.
Despite admitting preparations wasn’t enough for the team, the former Hassacas coach believes his girls are ready for the game.
“Preparations wasn’t enough for us but we are getting on. I am very happy for the girls because they have been able to catch up very fast and things are going on well for them,” Basigi told the media.
“We are on course. To be able to make to it to the world cup, we need to qualify first so we are taking it match after match. We are not in a hurry. We are taking one country at a time.
“Our focus is on Algeria at the moment after that we clear the second and third hurdle to be able to make it to the world cup.”