“We did very well in the first leg away from home and now we have to do even better. I want my players to go into the match with confidence because if we could get a favorable result away from home and restrain Ghana at their home turf, we have the ability to step up at home,” Ouma told CAFOnline.com.
He added; “We are playing in a familiar terrain and the fact that we are strong at home is an extra boost to our confidence. The strategy is to create situations where we can be comfortable in front of goal and improve our sharpness.”
With a fully fit squad, Ouma is confident he can guide the team to the next round, though he concedes Ghana will still not be an easy opponent especially noting that they were pained after failing to get victory playing at home.
“They are a good side, very compact and good on the ball. But we now know them and how they play. We know their strengths and weaknesses and we will work to exploit their weak areas. We also need to find a very good balance defensively and offensively because we should also be very careful not to concede,” the tactician noted.