Qatari referee Saoud Al-Adba has been appointed to oversee Ghana’s pre-AFCON 2021 friendly with Algeria on Wednesday afternoon.
The Black Stars face the reigning African champions at the Education City Stadium in Doha as both sides ramp up their preparations for the tournament which kicks off in four days.
35-year-old Saoud has experience in International football has been a FIFA referee since 2018 and handles Qatari League matches and Asian World Cup qualifying matches.
Saoud will be assisted by compatriots Ramzan Al-Naemi (1st Assistant), Yousef Aref Al-Shamari (2nd Assistant) and Abdulhadi Al-Raile (4th Referee).
Ghana will play Morocco in the first Group C game at AFCON 2021 on January 10, before facing Gabon and then Comoros in Garoua.