Central African Republic head coach Raoul Savoy says he is confident his players will deliver the needed result when they face Ghana on Thursday, September 7.
The game is set to be played at the Baba Yara Stadium, where the Black Stars have not lost in over two games across all competitions.
The Black Stars need a point to book their ticket to Ivory Coast while CAR are in need of a win to also qualify from Group E.
Despite admitting that the Black Stars stand a better chance, Savoy believes his players are also capable of ending Ghana’s unbeaten run in Kumasi.
“I know what exactly my players can do tomorrow but we have the full respect for Ghana. They are far better than us as a nation, as a football nation, and as a team but football is the most lovely sport in the world,” he said.
“Every time, every day we have surprises. It is not about confidence, it is about respect for the opponent…[I’ll] push my players to do their best tomorrow and try to write history.”
The game at the Baba Yara Stadium is scheduled for a 16:00 GMT kickoff