Deputy Ghana coach Maxwell Konadu has tipped his side to dispatch Uganda in their 2018 Fifa World Cup qualifying encounter on October 7.
The Black Stars are set to host the Cranes at the Tamale Sports Stadium in what will be the Group E opener.
Ghana beat Comoros over two legs to reach the third and final round whereas Uganda accounted for Togo.
“I think as we all know, [the clash against] Uganda is coming on and everybody is waiting for that match,” Konadu told TV3.
“We know it will be difficult, no doubt [about] it, but we are ready to face the match with all seriousness [it deserves] because it’s a World Cup [qualifying match] and the approach is different from other matches.
“With the team we have now, I think we’re very difficult to beat in 90 minutes because the team is a solid one.
“I’m sure we can beat every team that comes our way.”
Ghana are chasing a fourth successive appearance at the World Cup after appearances in Germany 2006, South Africa 2010 and Brazil 2014.