- Gyan is unlikely to be in action for the Black Stars team after sustaining a groin injury
- Ghana must beat Congo away from home to keep their World Cup dream alive
Injured Black Stars skipper Asamoah Gyan is expected to travel with his international teammates for their crucial world cup qualifier against Congo Brazzaville on Tuesday.
The 31-year-old sustained an injury on his groin during the Black Stars’ 1-1 draw with the Red Devils in Kumasi last Thursday.
However, the FA has confirmed that the Kayserispor striker has offered to travel with the squad to Brazzaville.
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The former Sunderland forward wants to be on the bench when the Black Stars take to the field in order to lend his support to the team.
Other players to miss the clash are Andre and Jordan Ayew, who are out due to injury and illness respectively.
Right-back Afful Harrison is also out of the encounter, having also sustained an injury during last Thursday’s game.
Ghana currently sits in third place in group E, having failed to win any of their first three games. Congo Brazzaville meanwhile sit bottom of the table, with Uganda and Egypt occupying first and second spot respectively.