Fifa will on Tuesday rule on the two candidates disqualified from the race of contesting the Ghana FA presidential elections.
Neil Armstrong Mortagbe and Vincent Sowah Odotei petitioned the world governing body over the decision by the elections committee to disqualify them from the race.
The two wrote to Fifa two weeks ago asking the world governing body to overturn the decision.
Fifa is expected to respond to their request by Tuesday.
The Executive Committee of the Ghana FA suspended last week’s election to allow for a committee to hear a petition by the two disqualified candidates.
The decision to disqualify the two candidates left incumbent Kwesi Nyantakyi as the only candidate.
Mortagbe was disqualified from the race after being accused of falsifying the signature of some of his nominees, an allegation he denies.
Odotei is speculated to have been nominated by a candidate who was not qualified to.