The game is scheduled for 5:00 pm Ghana time at the Moshood Abiola Stadium in Abuja.
The first leg ended goalless at the Baba Yara sports stadium in Ghana, as the Black Stars delivered a good all-around performance.
The winner over two legs will book one of Africa’s five places at this year’s FIFA World Cup to be hosted in Qatar in December.
The Black Stars missed out on the last World Cup in Russia and are coming off a disappointing 2022 AFCON after exiting in the group stage.
Ghana held their first and only training session at the Moshood Abiola Stadium on Monday evening ahead of the crunch second leg meeting.
There was a power cut during a training session on Monday night.
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Videos and pictures on social media platforms showed that the lights in the Stadium went off around 8:00 pm.
Ghana predicted XI: Wollacott, Mensah, Djiku, Amartey, Odoi, Partey, Iddrisu, Kudus, Bukari, Gyan, Fatawu
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Nigeria predicted XI: Uzoho, Sanusi, Balogun, Troost-Ekong, Aina, Aribo, Innocent, Chukweze, Iheanacho, Simon, Osimhen