The Black Meteors of Ghana have rescheduled their travelling plans to Lome for their second leg game against Togo following the closure of the Togo border.
The outfit under the tutelage of Ibrahim Tanko were set to leave Accra for Lome on Thursday but due to the closure of the border, they will depart Ghana on Friday.
The decision taken to close the Togo-Ghana border was because of the elections in the country.
The Black Meteors thumped their Togolese counterparts 5-1 in the first leg of the competition at the Baba Yara Sports Stadium, Kumasi.
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Any form of a win or a draw will guarantee progression to the next stage where they will play Gabon.