Milovan Rajevac hopes to complete a double-over in Zimbabwe on matchday four of qualifying for the 2022 FIFA World Cup on Tuesday when the two teams clash.
The Warriors will greet the Black Stars at the National Sports Stadium in Harare on Tuesday.
Ghana won 3-1 against their opponents in the first leg on Saturday at Cape Coast Stadium.
“It was a good day after the result,” said Rajevac afterwards. “We started the game well, but we had some problems later in the game, especially in some parts of the second half.
“We conceded one goal but I managed to spot some of the problems and make the right substitutions so we came back and won.
“We were lucky in a few moments of the game, but the most important thing is that we got three points and our hard work paid off.”
The win put Ghana to six points in Group G, one point behind leaders South Africa who beat Ethiopia in Bahir Dar with the same result.