Black Queens gaffer, Mercy Tagoe-Quarcoo reckons she has an all-round squad to face Cote D’Ivoire this afternoon at the Robert Champroux stadium.

The former FIFA referee is of the opinion that those on her bench are equally good as those on the field.

Speaking to the media ahead of Ghana’s game against Cote D’Ivoire regarding whether she will rest some key players.

“Unfortunately, we don’t have key players neither do we have reserve players.

” It’s just that a game is played by eleven players for the start, then you effect your three substitution.

“Those on the bench are equally good as those starting, so whoever starts is capable.”

Coach Mercy Tagoe-Quarcoo is eyeing another scalp against Ivory Coast – a side she defeated to clinch the maiden WAFU Zone B Championship in 2018.

Ghana plays Cote D’Ivoire in a game which decides who finishes at the zenith of Group A.