Ghana Vs. Zambia Free Online Live Stream, Score, Preview: FIFA World Cup Qualifiers Brazil 2014
By Staff Writer | September 03, 2013 04:05 PM EDT
Ghana will face off against Zambia on Friday in a FIFA World Cup Brazil 2014 qualifier match, where two of the region's leading teams will play for an early entrance.
Both countries are leading Group D of Africa's qualifying region - Ghana is leading the group with 12 points while Zambia trails behind the Black Stars with eleven points.
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Ghana has earned four wins, one loss and no draws. The Black Stars also have 16 goals working in their favor and only two goals working against them.
Zambia, however, isn't too far behind the African favorite. The Copper Bullets have three wins, no losses and two draws while having ten goals working in their favor and two goals working against them.
Trailing behind both Ghana and Zambia within the group are Sudan and Lesotho with just two points each.
Coaching staffs from both teams have not released any official rosters or lineups for Friday's match.
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