The Black Stars squad for the two matches has been amended for the second time by coach CK Akonnor.
Ghana have made further changes to their squad for their upcoming 2022 World Cup qualifiers against Ethiopia and South Africa, calling up Crystal Palace attacker Jeffrey Schlupp, among others.
The 28-year-old is one of three latest additions to the Black Stars’ roster, following four earlier late invitations.
Local-based duo Mohammed Fatawu of Hearts of Oak and Great Olympics full-back Samuel Ashie-Quaye join the Crystal Palace man into CK Akonnor’s set-up.
Schlupp was a conspicuous absentee as Ghana initially announced a 30-man party for the September 3 clash with Ethiopia and the September 6 encounter away to South Africa.
Owing to injury withdrawals, Arsenal midfielder Thomas Partey, Ajax attacker Mohammed Kudus and Zilina full-back Benson Anang have had to completely pull out of the squad.
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