Ghana are expected to start arriving in Accra on Monday night to start preparing for the 2014 World Cup play-off first-leg tie against Egypt in a two weeks’ time.
Head coach Kwesi Appiah expects all of his foreign-based 25-man squad to arrive by Monday night and then start training the next day.
Majority of the players are in action for their clubs in Europe on Sunday night which means they will only be able to arrive in Ghana on Monday night.
According to sources, the Black Stars will train at the Accra Sports Stadium for just one day before leaving for Kumasi, venue for the match, on Wednesday.
Ghana will have one week to trim the rough edges for the crucial assignment on 15 October at Baba Yara Stadium.
The four-time African have lost three regulars Jonathan Mensah, John Boye and Mohammed Rabiu to injuries.