Pending this chicky battle, Ghana and Kenya have made it to the 2019 edition of the top flight continental CAF national showpiece that will be held in Egypt come June.
Following the late call by CAF that disqualified Sierra Leone after gross political interference in their game, Ghana and Kenya secured an automatic qualification over whipping lads Ethiopia in the Group F.
As a mandatory task but with no exception, Ghana will host Kenya tonight, 18:45GMT at the Capital City Accra’s Ohene Gyan Sports Stadium as the Group F top spot roars.
Pursuing his AFCON title glory objective, Black Stars coach Kwesi Appiah has invited some couple of new faces to the setup to prove their worth as to whether they deserve to be in the ultimate squad for the tournament proper.
Caleb Ekuban, Kwesi Appiah, Kwame Bonsu, Felix Annan, Ernest Asante, Alfred Duncan and Joseph Aidoo were called up to the team for their stellar and consistent performance showcasing at club level.
Daniel Opare joined the stars lately following Andy Yiadom withdrawal due to injury.
Kingpin Andre Ayew with other teammates vow to snatch the maximum three points and perhaps serves as a moment for vengeance seeking after the Black Stars were pipped by 1-0 in the opening fixture back in Kasarani.
The Harambee Stars of Kenya needs to avoid defeat tonight to consolidate their top stand.
Leading the team is Tottenham fame, Victor Wanyama, who is set to cause havoc in the battle of the midfield up against the red hot Atletico Madrid wonder Thomas Partey.
Zesco United inform ace Jasse Jackson Were was dropped from Harambee squad list by coach Sebastian Migne as controversies sparkle out in Kenya.
Jesse Were quenching his good form for Zambia champions Zesco attracting interest from clubs like Kaizer Chiefs despite their recent weird results.
His absence has called for mammoth argument amid the football people in Kenya.
This is going to be a crunch clash for the Black Stars literally a difficult mountain to climb for the Harambee Stars of Kenya.