The three players will be involved in two different derbies in France and Italy tonight with all of them expected to drive their teams
Three Ghanaian players will be involved in tough derbies in Europe on Sunday night.
In France, the biggest match on the Ligue one calendar will take place at Parc des Princes between third placed, Olympic Marseille and league leaders, Paris Saint-Germain.
Ghana’s Andre Dede Ayew who was voted best OM player in January will be expected to play a significant role for the 1993 Uefa champions league winners who are bent on bridging the five-point deficit between them and PSG.
Unfortunately, his younger brother, Jordan Ayew is out because he is serving a two-match suspension.
Elsewhere in Italy, there is the derby della Madonnina between Inter Milan and AC Milan at the Giussepe Meazza.
The Ghanaian duo of Sulley Muntari and Kevin Prince Boateng will be expected to repeat what they did in mid-week.
The two midfielders masterminded Barcelona’s defeat in the Uefa champions league after both found their names on the score sheet in the 2-0 win over the Catalans.