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Ghana mentor Milovan Rajevac said Sunday's down against Bafana will resemble a last for them.

Ghana was held to a 1-1 draw by Ethiopia in their Group G 2022 World Cup qualifier at the Orlando Stadium on Thursday evening. 

Rajevac said they must dominate Sunday's match against South Africa on Sunday, regardless of whether they'd beaten Ethiopia. 

Ghana mentor Milovan Rajevac said Sunday's down against Bafana will resemble a last for them in the wake of lightening their capability lines against Ethiopia on Wednesday. 

The Serbian said this in the result of Ghana's 1-1 draw against Ethiopia at the Orlando Stadium on Thursday evening that put them in a difficult spot in Group G of the 2022 World Cup qualifiers. 

Bafana actually have the late game against Zimbabwe this evening at 21:00 and a success for Hugo Broos' side will give them an unmistakable benefit for Sunday's gathering decider against Ghana at the Cape Coast Stadium in what will be another 21:00 opening shot. 

"All that will be settled on Sunday, so it is significant that we dominate our next game with a two-objective contrast assuming we need to meet all requirements for the following round," Rajevac said. 

"We need to focus on the accompanying game and take the necessary steps to dominate that match." 

Rajevac conceded that Ethiopia gave them as great as they have. Ghana started to lead the pack in the 22nd moment through star forward Andre Ayew, however Ethiopia's best player in Getaneh Kebede, who has played in South Africa for the now-ancient Bidvest Wits and the University of Pretoria, balanced with an all around worked 72nd moment objective. 

"This outcome has upset us, however we need to forget about it as fast as conceivable on account of the significant game on Sunday," Rajevac said. 

"Regardless of whether we'd dominated this match, we'd in any case need to dominate the last match on the grounds that the last match is the significant one." 

Rajevac said they've had no choice except for to watch the South Africa/Zimbabwe game. With Ghana and South Africa equivalent on 10 focuses, a Bafana win will put Ghana compelled to look for a major success in Sunday's decider. 

"We'll watch the game and it will be intriguing to perceive how South Africa will play their match," Rajevac said. 

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