Ghana boss Charles Akonnor has put all the pressure on Molefi Ntseki and Bafana Bafana ahead of their all-important 2021 Africa Cup of Nations qualifying clash in Mzansi on Thursday.
The Black Stars and Bafana last met in November 2019, a match that Ghana won 2-0 thanks to goals from Arsenal star Thomas Partey and Ajax Amsterdam's Mohammed Kudus.
Ghana are currently leading Group C after four games, although they are tied on nine points with South Africa and Sudan, with the latter having already played five matches.
Speaking about the upcoming clash, Akonnor, who was the Black Stars' assistant manager in the abovementioned first AFCON qualifier South Africa, believes all the pressure is on Bafana.
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"It is a different ball game altogether," he said, according to the Ghana Football Association.
"The last time we played them was at home, this time it's their home ground and the pressure is on them to deliver.
"Psychologically, they will have to win, but we also have to mount a strategy to give us victory.
"I am very hopeful, what I have seen in the last few weeks give me joy. The boys have done very well and if we are able to implement it here, we will be able to get a good result."