Otto Addo, head coach of the Black Stars, has said that Ghana’s friendly match against Nicaragua will provide the technical staff the chance to test out new methods because he doesn’t see the South Americans as being as dangerous as Brazil.
Tuesday night in Spain, Ghana will take on Nicaragua, four days after losing 3-0 to Brazil in France.
The matches are a part of Ghana’s buildup to the November 2022 start date of the FIFA World Cup.
‘This is a terrific test match for us to figure out our patterns and prime connections and we’re glad to be here to play Nicaragua.
“We hopefully can try a lot things. I don’t think it will be as tough as the match against Brazil but it’s a different tough opponent because they have proved in previous games that they can harm other teams so it’s going to be interesting,” he said at the pre-game press conference.
The match kicks off at 18:00GMT.