Ghana have returned home after securing qualification to the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations in Cameroon.
The Black Stars drew 1-1 with South Africa on Thursday to pick one of the tickets in Group C.
Percy Tau netted a 52nd minute goal for South Africa to cancel Kudus Mohammed’s 49th minute strike at the FNB stadium in Soweto, Johannesburg.
The result keeps Ghana at the top of Group C with 10 points and need to finish the business at home against São Tomé and Principe.
The team will train at Accra sports stadium, Friday, March 26, to prepare for the final Group C game.
Ghana would push for a win on Sunday to finish top of the Group and also to crown a ninth straight Africa Cup of Nations qualification on a high.
The game against São Tomé and Principe will take place at Accra Sports stadium on Sunday, March 28, at 4pm.
In a related development, Black Stars B will play an International friendly against Uzbekistan on Friday, March 26, 2021.
The contingent included 20 players and management members of the team with the rest of them set to fly out on Sunday, March 21 to join their colleagues for the tie.
Head Coach Ibrahim Tanko will use the match to assess’ players for future competitions and also to make recommendations to handlers of the Black Stars.
The Ghana Football Association announced on last Thursday, that an agreement has been reached to play the Wolves of Uzbekistan in an International friendly following series of engagements with the Uzbekistan Football Association.