Ghana head coach Milovan Rajevac will name his team for the 2022 World Cup qualifiers against Ethiopia and South Africa on Thursday.
The Serbian coach was scheduled to announce his team on Tuesday as reported by Kingaziz.com however, the announcement was moved to Thursday and media being invited to the announcement of the team.
Milovan Rajevac will announce his final team for the games between the 11th and 14th November 2021.
Players have already received invitations to participate in the game, as FIFA demands that countries inform the teams of players about their plans to play for official games at least 2 weeks in advance of the game.
Some notable names like Andre Ayew, Jordan Ayew, Thomas Partey, Mohammed Kudus, and Kamaldeen Sulemana are all expected to be in the squad for the two matches.
Kingaziz.com can also confirm that Moldova located Edmund Addo and Richmond Boakye Yiadon from Beitar Jerusalem are both granted invitations to the 2022 World Cup qualifiers.
The Black Stars will travel to South Africa to play Ethiopia on the 11th of October and then return back to Ghana to play the last Group G encounter against South Africa.
The team that wins is then invited to the play-offs in preparation for the next FIFA World Cup in Qatar.
Ghana were not part of the 2018 tournament in Russia, and are poised to return to Qatar next year.