By Patrick Akoto
Ghana midfielder Derek Boateng says they are anxious to kill off the 2013 African Cup of Nations qualifier against Malawi in the capital.
Andre Ayew and his brother Jordan as well as goalkeeper Adams Kwarasey arrive on Tuesday night to complete the list called up by head trainer Kwesi Appiah.
The Black Stars host The Flames at the Accra Sports stadium determined to rake in the goals to make the return leg a mere formality.
But that may not come on a silver platter against a plucky Malawian side who are eager to spoil the party but the Dnipro enforcer says his colleagues are desirous of killing off the tie in Accra.
“We cannot underrate them at all. In football you can never say a team is cheap. But we want to record a massive win to kill the game,” Boateng told reporters.
“You can see the seriousness on the faces of the players. It will be calamitous if we fail to qualify,”
“We cannot afford to disappoint our fans. I believe we have enough quality players to do the business.”
The team will fly to Monrovia to play Liberia in a friendly after Saturday’s game.