Nigeria vs Ghana Live Football Soccer 29 March 2022

Nothing could separate the two sides in an evenly contested first leg in Ghana, which finished goalless.

When will Nigeria vs Ghana kick off?

  • Nigeria meets Ghana on Tuesday 29th March.
  • Kick-off is scheduled for 18:00 UK time – at the same time on site.
  • The game will take place at the Abuja National Stadium in Nigeria, which has a capacity of 60,000 spectators.
  • Neither side could gain an advantage in the first leg.

What TV channel is Nigeria vs Ghana on and can I it live?

  • Unfortunately the Nigeria vs Ghana game will not be shown on British TV.
  • However, it can be legally streamed via free streaming service Mola TV.
  • Mobile and tablet users can download the Mola TV app directly to their devices.

Team News

Black Stars captain Andre Ayew served his first-leg ban after receiving a red card against Comoros so he should be able to return to action.

As for Nigeria, Wilfried Ndidi and Maduka Okoya both need to be rated after being ruled out of the Ghana encounter.

And Alex Iwobi surprisingly didn’t make the cut, so the Everton striker won’t be involved either.

Nigeria and Ghana know what it takes to reach a World Cup finals, having graced plenty of global showpieces in the past, but only one can book their tickets to Qatar 2022.

It remains impossible to predict which nation will be treading that path later this year, with there still all to play for in a heavyweight play-off clash that will determine who fills one of five spots up for grabs in the CAF section.

Heading into the second leg of an intriguing contest, GOAL brings you all you need to know about how to stay right up to date with events in a thrilling end to the African qualification campaign.

Nigeria v Ghana date & kick-off time

Game Date Kick-off time
Nigeria vs Ghana March 29, 2022 6pm GMT / 1pm ET

How to Nigeria vs Ghana on TV and live

Nigeria’s hosting of Ghana at the Moshood Abiola National Stadium in Abuja will not be broadcast on television in the UK, but it can be streamed for free on Mola TV.

UK TV channel
N/A Mola TV

In the United States, the game will be available on ESPN+, with millions around the world ready to tune in and catch a glimpse of some superstar performers in action.

U.S. TV channel U.S. live

What happened in the first leg?

The obvious answer to that question on the back of an uneventful 0-0 draw would be not a lot.

Ghana did see more of the ball during the first-leg fixture on home soil, while firing in more shots on goal, but only four efforts in total from both teams came anywhere close to troubling the goalkeepers on show.

With so much at stake a cagey contest was to be expected, with neither team wanting to play their way out of contention, but games will need to be raised – particularly in the final third – in order for a victor to emerge and the potential for nerve-shredding extra-time and penalties to be avoided.

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