A member of the Board of Directors of the Egyptian Federation Association has told FilGoal.com that country had assurances from FIFA that the second leg will be held in Cairo.
If this is established, then the world football’s governing body will reject Ghana’s appeal to move the playoff return leg to a neutral ground.
The Ghana FA officially wrote to FIFA on Tuesday to re-evaluate the deteriorating security concerns in the North African country.
FIFA has set a task force to look into the security situation in Egypt before deciding on whether the game will go ahead in the capital or not.
Political motivated clashes between the country’s military and protesters of the Islamist group Muslim Brotherhood.
The recent violent confrontation led to the death of more than 50 people.