Ghana coach Kwasi Appiah has named his starting line up to face Japan in a 2018 World Cup warm-up on Wednesday.
The Black Stars boss handed Emmanuel Boateng his first start for the national team with several players maintaining their respective positions.
Goalkeeper Richard Ofori maintained his place with central defenders Rashid Sumaila and Nicholas Opoku protecting the shot-stopper.
Andy Yiadom returns to his right-back position with Lumor Agbenyenu playing from the left side of the defence.
Attamah Larweh and Isaac Sackey will play at the heart of the midfielder with Nana Amponsah and Frank Acheampong playing on the right and left wings respectively.
Boateng will spearhead the attack with Captain Thomas Partey playing right behind the Levante striker.
The Ghana-Japan game kicks off at 10:30 am.
Richard Ofori – Andy Yiadom, Lumor Agbenyenu, Rashid Sumaila, Nicholas Opoku – Joseph Attamah Larweh, Isaac Sackey – Nana Ampomah, Thomas Partey, Frank Acheampong – Emmanuel Boateng
Lawrence Ati-Zigi, Kassim Nuhu, Kwasi Okyere Wriedt, Raphael Dwamena, Edwin Gyasi, Albert Adomah, Afriyie Acquah