Both teams have three points following Morocco's win against Guinea in the opening game followed by Ghana's victory over Congo on Sunday.
Ghana took a comfortable 3-0 lead but almost gave it all away as the Congolese came through with two late goals to end the game 3-2 after an exciting encounter.
Ibrahim Danlad is however hopeful his team will learn from their mistakes and go all out for the next game.
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According to him, they are aware a win against Morocco will qualify them to the next stage which is why they will stay focused on attaining their goal.
“We know what is at stake tomorrow. If we win, we qualify to the next stage of the competition,” he said.
“We will just learn from our mistakes from the previous game. We will go all out and concentrate for 90 minutes and we know we will win.”
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Ghana are hoping to end a nearly 20-year hiatus having last participated in the Olympic Games when it was hosted in Athens in 2004.