Ghana coach Kwesi Appiah wants perfection on Tuesday against Egypt in the FIFA 2014 World Cup playoff first leg tie in Kumasi.
The Black Stars go into the match without any injury concerns since they moved to the Garden City last Wednesday to continue preparations.
The two-time World Cup finalists face an Egypt side who won all six matches during the Group stage of the eliminators.
Ghana are without some key players- Kevin-Prince Boateng, Mohammed Rabiu, Jonathan Mensah and centre-back John Boye-due to injuries.
Also Harrison Afful is suspended for this crucial assignment after collecting two yellow cards from previous matches.
“The most important thing to do will be to get things done the right way in terms of approach and get a decent result,” Appiah told the Ghana FA official website.
The return leg will be played Cairo on 19 November despite concerns about the deteriorating security concerns in the North African country.