Ghana is among the ten countries to have sealed their places in Africa’s final qualifying round for the 2014 World Cup following the weekend’s final group matches.
The Black Stars will join giants Ivory Coast, Nigeria, Cameroon and Senegal to seal their places in the play offs.
Six-time African champions Egypt, Algeria, Burkina Faso, Cape Verde and Ethiopia complete the number of countries who clinched their places in the final phase of the qualifiers.
The group winners in the first phase of the qualifiers will now play in the two-legged play-offs.
The draw will take place in Cairo on 16 September.
It will be based on the latest Fifa rankings to be released on Thursday and will create five two-leg ties, with the winners going to the finals in Brazil.
The decisive games will be played in October and November.
The list of ten countries to have reached the playoffs
2. Burkina Faso,
4. Cape Verde
8. Ivory Coast,