Bob Bradley hopes Egypt secure clearance to face Ghana in the crucial second leg of the 2014 World Cup playoffs in Cairo.
There currently lie an embargo on the use of the 70,000 capacity stadium due to political and social unrests in the Egypt.
The Pharoahs have had to play most of their home games of the series at the Red Sea resort of El Gouna, in a stadium that has an all-seated capacity of only 12,000.
But Bradley feels this prospect will not be intimidating enough for the Black Stars who have world class players within their ranks by the time Egypt play home in the playoff tie in November.
The American trainer who is already looking to put his team in good shape for the tie is wishing his side secures the home clearance it so requires in their bid to pip Ghana to World Cup qualification.
“After knowing our opponents, we have to start preparations,” he said.
“We have to make sure our team is strong, fit and focused for the game. We will love to play in Cairo and that is our dream.”