Ghana to face Algeria/Tunisia in U-20 Afcon qualifiers

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The Black Satellites' itinerary to Niger 2019 has been announced

Ghana would have to wait until May to join the qualifiers for the 2019 Africa Under-20 Cup of Nations to hold in Niger.

The development comes in the wake of the qualifying draw on Monday, which had the Black Satellites drawing a bye for the first round set for April.

The three-time champions are set to face the winners of the Algeria-Tunisia decider for a place in the third and final round in July.

Seven teams are expected to join the hosts for the final championship.

The Satellite will be hoping to make a return to the U-20 Afcon after failing to qualify for the last edition in 2017.

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At their last appearance in Senegal in 2015, the side finished third behind winners Nigeria and the hosts.

The 2019 tournament will serve as qualifiers for the Under-20 World Cup later next year.


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