Ghana coach Kwesi Appiah has hinted he will stick to his winning strategy against Egypt next Tuesday in the Brazil 2014 World Cup playoff first leg.
Appiah insists he will not be tinkering with tactical formations as he faces a tough assignment against the seven-time African champions.
The ex-Ghana captain will only select players who are familiar with his game plan despite missing the services of regulars John Boye, Jonathan Mensah and Mohammed Rabiu.
Appiah has Edwin Gyimah, Jerry Akaminko and experienced goalkeeper Richard Kingson in his fold for the first time since the qualifiers got underway in June 2012.
“No experimentation would be made. We are not going to experiment, we have a clear goal and we know what we want to achieve,” Appiah told Ghanafa.org.
“All the players have had playing times with the team, so it’s not going to be a new team. Let’s see what everyone can do given the chance.”
Ghana are seeking a third successive appearance at the FIFA World Cup finals while Egypt last played at the mundial in 1990.
The return leg of the qualifier will be played in Cairo on 19 November, subject to FIFA’s approval.