On Tuesday afternoon, Comoros hosts Ghana in Group I of African World Cup qualifying.Comoros form guide
The home team made a positive start to their qualifying campaign by recording a 4-2 home win over the Central African Republic. The victory means that Comoros are now unbeaten in their previous three games, having also recorded back-to-back wins.
The victory in game one of the qualifiers ended a ten-game winless run in World Cup qualifying. In fact, it was their first-ever win in qualifying for the competition.
Their recent World Cup qualifiers have lacked goals, as there have been under 2.5 goals scored in six of their previous seven outings.
The win over the Central African Republic ended a run of three straight draws on home soil in World Cup qualifying. The game also saw Comoros score for only the second game out of their six qualifiers in front of their own supporters.Ghana form guide
The Black Stars kicked off their Group I campaign with a 1-0 home win over Madagascar after back-to-back defeats to Mexico and the USA.
Ghana has a decent recent record in World Cup qualifying, though, as they are unbeaten in seven qualifiers, having recorded four wins and three draws.
The victory in their qualifying opener followed a recent low-scoring trend for Ghana qualifiers, as their previous six games in qualifying have all produced under 2.5 goals.
The fact that the visitors have kept three clean sheets in their last four away games on their travels is one of the main reasons for the low-scoring games.
Ghana has a slightly inconsistent recent away record in World Cup qualifying. Although they are three games unbeaten on the road in qualifiers, they have also won just one of their previous five matches away from home.What am I backing?
Comoros made history with a victory in the opening group game win. However, I believe Ghana will be good enough to win this clash, so I am backing the away win.