Black Meteors Goalkeeper Richmond Ayi has been cleared by the medical team to face Japan on Tuesday.
The Hearts of Oak shot stopper missed the first game after picking up a fracture during training but is now available for selection.
Ayi, is one of the two goalkeepers who made it to the games and will compete with William Esso for a starting berth.
Ghana lost heavily to Japan (6-0) in the first game at the Fukkuoka Stadium on Saturday and have to work their socks off to make amends in the second game on Tuesday, June 8, 2021.
This is a preparatory game for Japan ahead of the 2020 Olympic games scheduled for Tokyo in July.
The Black Meteors will later travel to South Korea to play their U-24 side in two separate friendly matches.