All is set for the Ghana U20 Women’s national team to take on the Benin U20 women’s national team this weekend.
Ahead of the game to be played on Saturday, October 14, CAF has appointed referees from Benin to handle the contest.
“Benin Referee, Laurent Offin Kayode has been appointed to handle the second leg FIFA U20 Women’s World Cup qualifier against Guinea Bissau at the Accra Sports Stadium.
“She will be assisted on the lines by compatriots Sonia Emilie Prisca Louis and Djaria Bio Bangana Yacoubou with Zongbossi Beatrice Gouchoedou serving as the fourth official,” a communique from the Ghana FA said on Friday.
Meanwhile, Ayishat Falode from Nigeria will serve as the match commissioner for the game.
The Ghana U20 Women’s national team holds a big advantage heading into the game this weekend.
This is after the Black Princesses defeated their counterpart 3-0 in the first leg last weekend.
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