The Black Stars of Ghana have landed in Abuja safely for the reverse fixture of the 2022 World Cup qualification play-off against Super Eagles of Nigeria on Tuesday, March 29, 2022.
The Ghana contingent touched down at the Abuja International Airport at around 13:30 GMT on Monday and head straight to their hotel for some rest before their official training later in the evening.
The former African Champions will train at the Moshood Abiola National Stadium, venue of the match at 17:00 GMT.
The first leg of the decisive qualifier ended 0-0 at the Babayara Stadium in Kumasi last Thursday.
Ghana travelled with a full compliment of the squad for the crunchy game as C St. Pauli star Daniel-Kofi Kyereh who picked up a knock before Friday’s match has fully recovered and is line for a starting place on Tuesday evening, however, Edmund Addo who was ruled out before the first leg tie in Kumasi is exempted.
Ghana failed to make it to the last edition of the World Cup in 2018 in Russia and are keen on making a 4th appearance at the Mundial in Qatar this November.
The last time the Black Stars visited Nigeria in World Cup qualifications was in July 2001 where they suffered a 3-0 thrashing to the Super Eagles.