Ghana new head coach Milovan Rajevac will begin his second spell next month when the Black Stars face Zimbabwe in the 2022 World Cup qualifications.
The Serbian trainer was unveiled on Friday following his reappointment as the man to lead the Black Stars in the next two years.
The 67-year-old tactician is taking over from Charles Akonnor who was dismissed about a fortnight aback after an uninspiring outing against Ethiopia and South Africa.
The Black Stars will tackle Zimbabwe at the Cape Coast Stadium on 9 October 2021 in a matchday three fixture.
The Warriors will host Ghana in the reverse encounter at the National Sports Stadium in Harare three days later.
Ghana currently sit at the second place with three points and a point behind leaders South Africa.
During his first tenure, Rajevac guided the Black Stars to the final of the 2010 Africa Cup of Nations in Angola, losing 1-0 to Egypt in the end.
The Serbian also led Ghana to one of Africa’s best performance at the World Cup tournament in 2010 in South Africa.
The Black Stars reached the quarter-finals of the mundial only to lose on penalties to Uruguay.