The top spot in Group I will be under the spotlight in Omdurman on Saturday when Ghana plays Sudan in the final qualifier for a place at the 2012 African Nations Cup. Ghana, top in the group and leading their opponents on goal difference, need just a point to earn their place in the finals next year. Striker Asamoah Gyan, admits the pressure is on as the Black Stars aim to seal their place for the finals. The Al-Ain player says Ghana has everything to lose if they do not go through. "The pressure will be on us", he says. "If we beat Sudan and qualify it is no news but if they beat us and qualify then it is a big deal." The game to be refereed by Seychelles official, Eddy Maillet will conclude the qualifying campaign for places at the event to be staged in Gabon and Equatorial Guinea.