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Will Ghana get off to a winning start in Ismailia?The Blacks Stars have won this competition three times but the last of those came way back in 1982.

They did then reach the semi-finals in all six tournaments between 2008 and 2017 but lost in four of them and were beaten in the final of the other two.

Will they go all the way this time?James Kwesi Appiah has some talented players at his disposal.

His defence could feature Jonathan Mensah of Columbus Crew, Joseph Attamah of İstanbul Başakşehir and Baba Rahman who is still on Chelsea’s books.

Their midfield options include Atlético Madrid’s Thomas Partey, Kwadwo Asamoah who’s at Inter and Newcastle’s Christian Atsu.

Further forward they also have the Ayew brother, Jordan and André, as well as Asamoah Gyan who’s scored 51 goals in 106 caps for the national team.

It’s some squad they have and they should be too hot for Benin to handle.Benin themselves have qualified for AFCON for just the fourth time.

In their other three appearance is 2004, 2008 and 2010, they went out in the group stages each time so are hoping to do better this time.They were impressive in qualifying though knocking out both Gambia and Togo.

Their captain is former West Brom winger Stéphane Sessègnon who now plays his club football in Turkey with Gençlerbirliği.He could line-up alongside Sessi D’Almeida of Yeovil Town and Steve Mounié of Huddersfield Town.

Benin will fancy their chances of at least finishing as one of the best ranked third placed sides at this tournament.However, Ghana are one of the favourites to go all the way and should get off to a winning start here.

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