Bournemouth defender Jordan Zemura has insisted the Warriors of Zimbabwe will combat to beat the Black Stars within the 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifying double-header later this weekend and subsequent week.
The Black Stars tackle the South Africans in a Group G conflict in Cape Coast on Saturday earlier than shifting to Harare for the reverse fixture.
Zimbabwe are backside of the group with only one from two video games. But, regardless of their false begin to the qualifiers, Zemura believes his teammates are able to combat for victory in opposition to the Black Stars of Ghana.
“It looks very much a gigantic task, but that motivates more,” he advised Zimbabwe’s The Herald.
“Playing back-to-back matches in opposition to such an enormous identify or workforce like Ghana can’t be a straightforward job in any respect.
“It is hard, very robust. But soccer has modified and we’re wanting ahead to an excellent outing in Ghana earlier than we are able to discuss of the house sport three days later.
“Our full focus is on the match in opposition to Ghana away. They have superb gamers of their workforce however while you additionally take a look at ours, you will note high quality and depth.
“We need to go on the market, play optimistic soccer, throw every little thing and get a outcome.
“If you take a look at the log certainly, we can’t afford any slip-up. We are at some extent the place we have now to win every sport irrespective of how exhausting it seems ranging from this one on Saturday.
“We need to play for one another, put in that further and we’ll get the outcome that we’re on the lookout for.
“We don’t need to depend on the end result of different matches which we don’t have management over in any means. We nonetheless have a lot management over our personal future in case you take a look at the matrix.
“We can’t afford to lose far more floor in the intervening time.
“We are ready for Ghana; every player is a professional and everyone knows the role he has to play for the team to get the result which we are looking for.”