Princesses staying positive for final tie
A place at the FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup is almost certain for Ghana's women's U-20 team, who are chasing their second straight appearance.
The Black Princesses who won 3-1 in the first leg against Tunisia are 90 minutes away from becoming one of Africa's two representatives for the World Cup.
Nervousness will not in says, Robert Sackey, coach of the Ghana team as they prepare to play the Tunisians at the Accra Sports Stadium at 3:00pm on Saturday.
"We are trying to stay positive and think positive, that's the only way we can be positive," Sackey told www.ghanafa.org
"We are not nervous. Nervousness doesn't in come here.
"They[Black Princesses] have been there [World Cup] before. They are very poised and have the experience to go about situations like this. That is what they are about."
With a 3-1 lead and a tie away from reaching the finals in Azerbaijan, Sackey is confident of their chances but insists that the Black Princesses 'will do what it takes' to finish with a win.
"In a match like this, you don't need to think beyond the game. They will do what it takes.
"It's not about the goal margins. What matters most is doing what it takes to win.
Ghana made their World Cup debut in the Germany 2010 finals.