Ghana trained on Saturday night ahead of their pre-Africa Cup of Nations friendly against Tunisia on Sunday.
The Ghana FA website reports that twenty-three (23) players took part in the two-hour session.
The Black Stars worked on their set pieces and formation they are likely to adopt for the game against Tunisia.
Midfielder Anthony Annan, who picked up a knee injury in Thursday’s friendly against Egypt, trained alone.
Present at the Zayed Sports Complex was Dr. Edward Omane-Boamah, the former deputy sports minister, who has been appointed by government to coordinate the country’s participation in the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations.
The Black Stars have three more days to stay in Abu Dhabi before leaving for South Africa on 16 January for the tournament.