Ghana's Black Queens must be able to psyche themselves up for an emphatic win when they play South Africa's Bayana Bayana today in the on-going African Women's Championship (AWC) in Equatorial Guinea.
Anything short of victory, and a convincing one may put the Queens in a tight corner, considering the fact that they are fighting for the two slots from Group B against South Africa as well as champions Nigeria and Tunisia.
In their first game last Sunday, the Queens drew 1-1 with Nigeria, while South Africa won 2-1 against the Tunisians.
A draw in today's game may be more to the advantage of the South Africans, who may be hatching a plan to avenge all the losses they have suffered at the hands of Ghana, particularly, the painful last minute 1-0 loss in their last clash at the 2006 AWC in Warri.
In the other game, Nigeria will be looking out for a win against Tunisia to enhance their chances of qualifying from the group.