The Harambee Stars of Kenya will train at the Accra Sports Stadium on Friday ahead of the game against Ghana on March 23rd.
The East Africans will play Ghana in the final AFCON 2019 qualifier in Accra on Saturday with a place at the top of the table at stake.
Coach Sebastien Migne's side sit top of the group with 7 points, followed by Ghana with 6 points.
Both teams have qualified for the Africa Cup of Nations in Egypt in June but Ghana will be seeking revenge after losing the first leg in Nairobi.
Kenya arrived in Ghana with a 22-man squad, which is boosted by Tottenham midfielder Victor Wanyama.
For Kenya coach, Sebastian Migne, there is no need to place heavy expectations on the players in terms of the match and he is only looking for good output from his men.
“We are not under pressure. Even if it were a crucial qualification match, we still would have taken it easy. This will be a chance for me to gauge the players ahead of AFCON,” he said to the Kenyan FA website.