Sixteen reported players of the senior national team have arrived in Cape Coast ahead of the match day three AFCON qualifier against Sudan.
Ghana will host the North Africans in Cape Coast, with the game confirmed to be played behind closed doors on Thursday.
The team which includes players, technical staff and management departed Accra on Tuesday morning after undergoing the mandatory Covid-19 tests as part of protocols to be observed before the encounter.
Six players arrived in camp on Monday night, increasing the number of players to sixteen. They include Chelsea defender Baba Abdul Rahman, France-based duo Alexander Djiku and John Boye as well as Caleb Ekuban of Trabzonspor. Kotoko right back Christopher Nettey and goalkeeper Lawrence Ati-Zigi complete the list.
Goalkeeper Richard Ofori is expected to join the squad on Tuesday afternoon for the match-day three clash.
The team will train at the Cape Coast stadium on Tuesday evening.