Black Stars will take on Benin Ghana coach Milovan Rajevac will return from his last-minute trip to Europe on Tuesday night after monitoring five key players.
The Serbian has spent the past week in Italy, Holland, Germany and Belgium observing players who will be key when the second phase of the World Cup qualifiers open later this month.
In Holland, Rajevac met club and medical officials of NAC Breda for fitness updates on the recovery of striker Matthew Amoah.
Amoah, who was among the leading scorers in the league before injury limited his playing time five weeks ago, played for his club over the weekend.
He is expected to be given the opportunity to impress when the Black Stars take on Benin on 28 March in Kumasi.
Rajevac also watched defender Nana Asare play in Belgium before travelling to see Isaac Vorsah in action in Germany.
This was after he had seen Sulley Muntari and Kwadwo Asamoah in the Italian Serie A.
It is believed that some of these players will play crucial roles when the qualifiers open while others were being watched for bench roles.
The Serbian will also watch some local matches on Wednesday before camping for the World Cup starts on Saturday in Accra.
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