Ghana coach, Milovan Rajevac will be aiming to steer the Black Stars back to the Fifa World Cup next year in Qatar.
The Serbian was appointed last month on a one-year renewable contract, replacing CK Akonnor.
Rajevac steered the team back to winning ways after Ghana’s shaky start to the World Cup qualifiers beating Zimbabwe in a doubleheader in the October games.
The Serbian is expected to name his squad for the November games today at the Conference Room of the Ghana Football Association [GFA] at 12:00PM.
The Black Stars will be hosted by Ethiopia at the Orlando Stadium in Johannesburg on November 11 in the matchday 5 games.
On November 14, Ghana will welcome South Africa to the Cape Coast Stadium in the final Group G games.
With the Bafana Bafana on top of the summit with 10 points, Milovan will be hoping to secure all six points to be able to secure a place in the playoffs.
Ghana sit 2nd on the log with 9 points. The West African country missed out on the last edition of the Mundial in 2018 in Russia.