The Black Queens have landed in Nairobi for their second international friendly against Kenya as they step up preparations for the 2018 Women's Africa Cup of Nations.
The team will train on Monday and Tuesday before taking on their counterparts at the MISC Kasarani.
Ghana's senior female national team were beaten by Zambia 3-2 in their first test match over the weekend despite taking a two nil lead.
"We opted to play Kenya because of our good working relationship and also because they will be taking part in the AWCON tournament like we will,” ~Bashuri Hayford Coach Ghana black queens#KenyavsGhana https://t.co/pfSuUKEC1q pic.twitter.com/Q9dPNQVL4M
— Football Kenya Federation (@Football_Kenya) November 4, 2018
Host nation Ghana have been drawn in same group as Algeria, Cameroon and Mali.
The tournament gets underway on November 17.