The locally-based Black Stars will seek to secure qualification to the 2018 African Championship of Nations on Sunday when they play Burkina Faso in the second-leg of the final qualifier.
The first leg, played a week ago, ended 2-2 in Ouagadougou.
— Ghana FA ?? (@ghanafaofficial) August 13, 2017
At least, a 1-1 draw will see Ghana through to play at Kenya 2018.
The two-time runners-up will have a massive support from home fans as 25,000 tickets have been agreed to be printed for the encounter.
Ghana will seek to join the likes of Congo, Uganda, Libya, Morocco, Zambia and Nigeria, who have already booked places at the tournament, set to begin from 11 January to 2 February.