Black Queens of Ghana assistant captain Fafali Dumehasi says they are in Nigeria to get a good result.
The Black Queens will lock horns with old rivals Super Falcons for a place in next year’s African Women’s Championship.
The first meeting is scheduled for this Wednesday at the Mobolaji Johnson Arena, while the second leg is slated for Accra on Sunday.
Speaking ahead of the first leg in Lagos, Dumehasi said their aim is to shock the Falcons and return home with the advantage.
“We’ve trained enough for the first leg match against Nigeria in Lagos,” the Police Machine goalkeeper, told CAFOnline.com.
“Our dream is to qualify to the next stage of the qualifying series, then the 2022 Women’s Africa Cup of Nations and later the Women’s World Cup in 2023.
“To achieve this, we are in Nigeria to play our hearts out so that we can bring victory back home.”
Nigeria and Ghana have met 18 times in a competitive.