Adam Kwarasey set to start ahead of Razak Brimah in Rwanda clash

Published on: 02 September 2016

Ghana goalkeeper Adam Kwarasey is expected to play his first game for Ghana since Brazil 2014 on Saturday when Ghana host Rwanda in a 2017 Afcon qualifier at the Accra Stadium.

Kwarasey who has joined the squad after missing the last game against Mozambique due to injury is tipped to start ahead of Razak Brimah.

The Rosenborg player has been impressive in training and that appears to play in his advantage ahead of Brimah and Richard Ofori.

Kwarasey, was first choice keeper in the African Cup of Nations in 2012 and started the first game against the United States during the 2014 World Cup in Brazil in June.