The Black Stars have left Accra en route to Harare, Zimbabwe, for the 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifying second leg.
Ghana beat Zimbabwe 3-1 at the Cape Coast stadium last Saturday and are hoping for a positive away result to increase their chances of qualifying for the biggest football tournament next year.
Goals from Kudus Mohammed, Thomas Partey and Andre Ayew were enough for the Black Stars to score three important points on home turf.
The team of players, technicians, management and some selected media is expected to land in the Zimbabwean capital on Sunday evening.
Zimbabwe will host the Black Stars on Tuesday, October 12, 2021.
After three rounds of play, Ghana are only one point behind South Africa.
South Africa accumulated 7 points while Ghana accumulated 6 points from three games.