Bundesliga side, Stuttgart FC has agreed to play Ghana on April 26 in Wursburg. Ghana originally planned playing Hannover FC on the same date but the game was cancelled due to organizational difficulties. The Black Stars will move on to Russia where they play two first division sides on May 8 and 11. Terek Grozniy and Anji Mahachkala are the two Russian teams Ghana will face before beginning her World cup camping on May 16 in Austria.
Coach Ratomir Dujkovic will have the opportunity to run the rule over some potential players for the World cup as he draws up his final squad roster. In a related development, doubts have been cast over the proposed friendly tie with South Korea on June 4 as the organizers of the match continue to hit the brick wall in their search for a venue in Scotland.
Playing surfaces in Scotland are reportedly under repair with the domestic season over. Organizers of the match against Jamaica in London on May 29 are also yet to confirm the venue for the game, though Leicester seems to the most viable option at this point.