Black Stars coach Milovan Rajevac says there is no time to experiment with his starting team against Zimbabwe in the return fixture of the 2022 World Cup qualifying.
Ghana will take on the Warriors at the National Sports Stadium in Harare in a must-win round four qualifying game after a 3-1 victory against the same opposition three days ago in Cape Coast.
Speaking ahead of the game, the Serb said there won’t be many changes in his starting eleven for the crunch game.
“I’ve been here for a short time and we are getting to know each other very well and it is difficult to make big changes in this short period of time but I think we are growing and we are improving.
“In every next match, I suppose we make fewer mistakes and try to improve our performance.
“These players are learning quickly and they are determined because they know what is at stake and so they are aware of the task.
“We function together and the last match, we managed to have a positive result, which is very important.
“We don’t take time for experiments; we need to have good results and we are all aware of that so we will do our best to make it happen.”
The game will kick off at 1 pm.