The West African countries are set to face off later this month for a ticket to the global showpiece billed for Qatar
Leicester City midfielder Wilfred Ndidi has warned his Super Eagles teammates not to mark out a single Ghana player but they should be careful about the whole squad.
Austin Eguavoen’s men are scheduled to face the Black Stars in Cape Coast on March 25 before hosting them for a reverse fixture at the Moshood Abiola National Stadium, four days later.
Ndidi is among squad invited for the crucial games and he is expecting a tough encounter for the three-time African champions to advance to the World Cup in Qatar.
“It will mean a lot for us to go back to the World Cup,” Ndidi told ESPN.
“But Ghana will not be easy. To be honest, we have to be careful about their whole team and not just any specific players. It will be two tough games.”
Just as he has been in the national team, Ndidi has established himself as a dominant fixture in Brendan Rodgers’ team.