American-based Ghanaian striker Dominic Oduro is convinced the Black Stars will account for the USA for the third time at the 2014 World Cup in Brazil.
The Americans, having lost twice to the African giants are seen as the biggest threat to the Black Stars ambitions at next year’s global showpiece in the South American country.
Oduro, who plays for American Major League side Columbus Crew, believes his compatriots have the depth in-quality to make it a hat-trick of wins.
“We have beaten them twice already – 2006 and 2010 – in this competition and so I don’t think nothing is going to stop us from doing it the third time,” the 28-year-old Asempa FM.
“I also play in the MLS with majority of them, and when I compare player quality we are far ahead, just that they are hardworking, determined and never give up easily, but we also got the experience.
“There are a lot of Ghanaians doing marvelously well in the MLS, and we will be happy if the coach casts his net wide [ahead of the World Cup].
Oduro marked his debut for the Black Stars debut against Chile on February 29, 2012 at the PPL Park Chester, Pennsylvania