Egypt coach Bob Bradley says the Pharaohs will be looking to beating Ghana in Kumasi on Tuesday in the first-leg of the 2014 World Cup play-offs.
The Black Stars will host the first of the two clashes to decide which country qualifies for the tournament to be held in Brazil next year.
Despite Ghana’s home advantage and the presence of top players like Michael Essien, Asamoah Gyan, Sulley Muntari, Kwadwo Asamoah and Andre Ayew, Bradley insists they will fight for a win in Kumasi.
“I only want a win; I will not be satisfied with a draw or a loss,” Bradley told Al-Jazeera Sports.
The American coach played down Ghanaian reports that a win against Egypt should be easy, stressing that the Black Stars will have a tough mission on Tuesday.
“They only know their team. It will be a very tough game. The Egyptian team is very strong,” he concluded.
The Pharaohs are eyeing their first World Cup appearance since 1990, while Ghana are seeking to reach the tournament for the third consecutive time, having reached the quarter-finals in their last appearance in 2010.