Ghana have been seeded as one of the five countries for the Africa 2014 FIFA World Cup play-offs draw.
The Black Stars are ranked second on the contingent according the September FIFA ranking released on Thursday.
The Ivory Coast are the highest African countries and also included in the top five countries are Algeria, Cape Verde and Nigeria.
FIFA Team led by its director of Competitions, Mustapha Fahmy and including Gordon Savic, Head of FIFA World Cup & Olympic Qualifiers Competitions, will be in Egypt for the draw on Monday.
There will be also a draw for each match to determine which team plays host first.
The home and away play-off matches to find the five (5) African representatives at the FIFA World Cup Brazil 2014 will be played during: 11-15 October 2013: 1st leg and 15-19 November 2013: 2nd leg.