Ghana crushed Egypt 6-1 in the World Cup playoff first-leg in Kumasi on 15 October (Photo: Reuters)
The Ghana Football Association (GFA) and world governing body FIFA said Egypt's security measures were satisfactory ahead of Tuesday's World Cup playoff second-leg.
The build-up to the game has been dominated by Ghana's safety fears, having asked FIFA more than once to move the game outside Egypt, which has been gripped by political turmoil since the 3 July ouster of President Mohamed Morsi.
FIFA turned down Ghana's requests after they were given security guarantees by Egypt.
"The three parties - FIFA, Ghana and Egypt - are satisfied that adequate measures are in place for the security of players, officials, media personnel and supporters for the match," the GFA and Egyptian FA said in a joint statement.
Egypt will host Ghana at the army-owned 30 June Stadium in Cairo. Up to 30,000 supporters will be allowed to attend the game after Egyptian authorities lifted a months-old crowd ban.
The Pharaohs are highly unlikely to reach the World Cup for the first time since 1990, having suffered a humiliating 6-1 first-leg defeat by Ghana in Kumasi.
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