Ghana coach Goran Stevanovic says he has identified the strengths of the his next 2012 Africa Cup of Nations opponents Mali in their next game on Saturday.

Stevanovic scouted the Eagles when they beat Guinea 1-0 in their opening Group D match on Tuesday to go joint top.

The Serbian trainer is bent on hatching up a plan to secure back-to-back wins and enhance their chances of reaching the second phase of the competition.

Stevanovic says he has enough knowledge on his opponents to halt them in their tracks.

“Mali showed they are an experienced team, they know how to defend and attack and capitalize on the mistakes of opponents. It is a very dangerous team,” Stevanovic said.

“It is a young team and wants to show they have quality.”

The two sides will meet in Franceville on Saturday.

Source: MTNFootball Ghana

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