The stand-in captain for the Black Queens says the team is poised for a winagainst Mali in their final Group B game on Saturday.
Elizabeth Addo, the stand in skipper of the Black Queens has targeted a win, as Ghana face Mali in their final group game on Saturday.
The Black Queens who won their first game against Ethiopia, before settling for a 1-1 draw against tournament favourites Nigeria will need to avoid defeat to qualify to the next stage.
However, Addo insists a drawn game is not in the plans for them and will go all out for a win.
"We want to qualify for the semi-finals without any doubt and that will mean winning. Besides, we want to keep our unbeaten record so far," Addo who is the second highest scorer with two goals at the moment, said.