Black Queens head coach, Mercy Tagoe-Quarcoo has iterated her side is not going to underestimate Togo in the forthcoming match in the ongoing WAFU competition.

The Black Queens come face-to-face against next-door neighbours, Togo – who were humbled by Cote D’Ivoire on opening day – with a win all but guaranteeing a ticket in the semifinals.

Speaking to the media before their game against Togo at 4.00 pm, coach Mercy Tagoe-Quarcoo said:

“I don’t want to underrate anybody. We’ve not played Togo yet and as I said earlier we are the defending champions and I believe nobody is taking chances.

“We are not ready to toy with our progress so we going to maintain our composure and go in and do what we know how to do best.”

Ahead of the game, head coach, Mercy Tagoe-Quarcoo has made two changes to the side that defeated Senegal with Police Ladies winger, Grace Animah replacing Jane Ayiyeam and Northern Ladies goalscoring machine, Abdulai Mukarama coming in for Alice Kusi.