The local Black Stars are aware of huge task awaiting them in Sunday's CHAN final against former Group opponents Democratic Republic of Congo in Abidjan at the Felix Houphouet Boigny Stadium but are confident of repeating victory.
Ghana have the psychological edge after a 3-0 win in the Group stages to revive a collapsed campaign in the competitive.
But the defeat has also etched revenge on the minds of the Congolese who are also confident upsetting the Ghanaians.
Captain Edmund Owusu-Ansah, who scored one of the three goals against DRC, prefers to go into the game as underdogs and pull another surprise.
''We are not underrating them. We have to concentrate a lot and we have to do our possible best and I think the effort that we put in the first game we have to double it," Captain Owusu-Ansah told Ghanasoccernet.
''We are prepared enough. All that we're saying is that we need focus and a lot of concentration for this final and you know if you've beaten them once, they will not allow you to beat them twice and then we're going to do it."
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