The Egyptian national team will start preparations in Kumasi today (Saturday) for Tuesday’s clash against Ghana after arriving in in the Ghanaian city earlier in the day.
The Black Stars will host the Pharaohs in the first leg of the World Cup playoff. The game is set to be played at 16:00 GMT.
They will start their preparation at the Paa Joe Park at KNUST on Saturday evening as they prepare to take on the home side.
According to Ahram Sport, today’s training session will be a light one to avoid fatigue, with Bradley eager to conduct practice privately, away from Ghanaian eyes.
Egyptian team coach, American Bob Bradley, asked to travel four days before the game so that the players could acclimate.
The seven-time African champions, Egypt, are scheduled to host the Ghanaians at Cairo’s Air Defence stadium for the second half of the game on 19 November.
Fans will be allowed to attend the game after being banned from recent matches due to security concerns.