Watch Black Queens vs Rwanda live – 2023 WAFCON Qualifiers

Watch Black Queens vs Rwanda live – 2023 WAFCON Qualifiers
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The Black Queens of Ghana will square off with Rwanda women's team on Tuesday evening in the return leg of their WAFCON qualifying Round 1 match.

Ghana women's national team started their WAFCON qualifying journey in dominant fashion, thrashing the Rwandan ladies 7-0 at the Kigali Pele Stadium last Wednesday.

Black Queens training ahead of Rwanda battle
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Goals from Doris Boaduwaa, Evelyn Badu, Princella Adubea, Alice Kusi and Anasthesia Achiaa set up the Black Queens on course for the second round of the WAFCON qualifiers.

With the return leg set to take place in Ghanaian soil, the Black Queens will look to produce another entertaining match for their fans who now have high expectations for the team after that 7-0 drubbing of the visitors in the first leg.

In case you're wondering how you can watch the live encounter in Ghana or anywhere in the world as you wish to see your favourite team in action, we've got you covered.

Where to watch Black Queens vs Rwanda live in the 2023 WAFCON Qualifiers

You can catch up with the actions as the Nora Huptle tutored Ghana Black Queens battle Rwanda women's team in the live streaming platforms provided by the Confederation of African Football (CAF) through:

  • (CAF's official website)
  • CAF TV (YouTube)

You can also stream the action live on Max TV and on Facebook. To stream Black Queens vs Rwanda on the Facebook app, you should search for the game after kick-off on the search bar and you're good to go.

The above platforms will bring the live action for you as the game gets underway in the evening.

The game is scheduled for 4 PM kick-off at the Accra Sports Stadium on 26 September 2023.

The Queens are expected to emerge aggregate winners and will face either Gambia or Namibia in the deciding second round for a place in the competition proper next year.

The second round is scheduled to take place between November 27 and December 5.

This article was most recently revised and updated 7 months ago

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