Ghana will be looking to qualify for the Africa Cup of Nations quarter-finals for the seventh straight time when they face Tunisia at the Ismailia Stadium on Monday evening.
The Black Stars are coming off a 2-0 victory over Guinea Bissau in their final Group F fixture. Jordan Ayew opened the scoring right after the restart while Thomas Partey doubled the lead midway through the second half.
It was the first win in Egypt for Kwesi Appiah's men, who had drawn their opening two matches in the competition.
Meanwhile, Tunisia qualified for the Round of 16 after finishing second in Group E behind Mali. They were held to a 0-0 draw by Mauritania in their final group fixture and struggled to break down their opponents despite dominating the possession.
The 2004 champions have drawn all three matches in this year’s competition, scoring twice and conceding two goals.
What is the kick-off time of Ghana vs Tunisia?
The match is scheduled for 19:00 GMT.
What is the head to head record between two teams?
Ghana are unbeaten against the Carthage Eagles. In a total of seven meetings, the Black Stars have won six and drawn one.
Team News: Who is available, injured or suspended?
Ghana's squad has been boosted by the return of Thomas Agyepong and Jonathan Mensah from injuries. Kasim Adams is also back again from suspension.
Tunisia have no injury concerns and midfielder Ghilane Chaalali from suspension.
Predicted starting XI
Ghana: Richard Ofori – Baba Rahman, Kassim Nuhu, Jonathan Mensah, Andy Yiadom, Afriyie Acquah, Mubarak Wakaso, Thomas Partey, Samuel Owusu – Andre Ayew, Jordan Ayew.
Tunisia: Mouez Hassen – Wadji Kechrida, Yassine Meriah, Dylan Bronn, Oussama Haddadi – Ghilane Chaalali, Ellyes Skhiri – Wabhi Kahzri, Naim Sliti, Youssef Msakni – Taha Khenissi.