Thomas Partey And 4 Others Out Of Ghana’s Starting XI Against Ethiopia
Black Stars coach Milovan Rajevac has made four changes to his starting XI for their must-win 2022 World Cup Qualifier against Ethiopia on Thursday afternoon at 1 pm.
The changes from the Stars last outing, a 0-1 win at Zimbabwe in a World Cup Qualifier sees Alexander Djiku, Jonathan Mensah, Thomas Partey and Benjamin Tetteh drop out of the starting XI.
A combination of injury and the accumulation of yellow cards appear to have forced Rajevac’s hand with Arsenal star Partey ruled out through injury and Strasbourg centre-back Djiku serving a suspension.
They are replaced by Andrew Yiadom, Joseph Aidoo, skipper Andre Ayew and forward Richmond Boakye Yiadom.
Beitar Jerusalem forward Richmond returns to the team after over a year. He is expected to lead the line with Andre Ayew behind him, with Jordan Ayew and Kamaldeen Sulemana operating on the flanks in what appears to be a 4-2-3-1 formation.
See the STARTING XI below;
16 Jojo Wollacot
2. Andrew Yiadom
17. Baba Rahman
15. Joseph Aidoo
18. Daniel Amartey
21. Idrrisu Baba
20. Mohammed Kudus
9. Jordan Ayew
10. Andre Ayew (c)
14. Boakye Yiadom
22.Kamal Deen Sulemana
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