The Black Stars of Ghana will hold their first training session in Suez on Monday afternoon ahead of their clash with Guinea-Bissau in the final Group F clash.
The team moved to Suez on Sunday ahead of Tuesday’s clash and will train together for the game.
Ghana left Ismailia where they had played two group games – Benin and Cameroon – relocating to Suez for the clash with Guinea-Bissau on Sunday evening.
The team could not train on Sunday but had a walk around as part of their routine to shake off the long journey from Ismailia to Suez.
The team will hold the pre-match press conference at 10:30am on Monday morning and continue with their training session at the Petrol Sports Stadium at 5:30pm Egyptian time.
That will be after the team’s Gym Work at the team’s hotel – Stella De Mare – at 11:30am.
Ghana are looking for their first and most important win in the competition to enable them secure qualification to the next stage.
Ghana are third on the table with 2 points, same as Benin while Cameroon lead with 4 points with Guinea-Bissau lying bottom of the table with no point.