Black Stars 41-member delegation arrived in Malawi around noon aboard Kenya Airways flight and were driven straight to Golden Peacock Hotel where they are lodging ahead of the sink or swim Afcon 2013 qualifier on Saturday.
The team has been camping in Kenya since Monday.
Upon arrival they were welcomed by Pyson Likagwa on behalf of the Football Association of Malawi (FAM).
Ghanaâ€™s Coach Kwesi Appiah and his 21 member squad had a feel of the Civo Stadium at around 2:45 pm. Black Stars trained for 1 hour before paving way for the home team the Flames.
Thousands of people came to watch the Black Stars train in readiness of Saturdays game against Malawi.
Asamoah Gyan was a huge attraction for the fans at Civo as his every touch was greeted with cheers, so too was Dede Ayew who plays in France.
Malawi go into the match with a deficit of 2 goals conceded in the first game played in Accra. Flames will need to score 3 goals and not concede if they are to progress to the finals which will be hosted by South Africa next year.
Appiah expressed confidence of Black Stars progressing to the finals.
He has since re-called four veteran defenders in an effort to defend the lead.
“They [Flames] are good tactically but weâ€™ll progress eventually. I have told my players not to underrate Malawi,” said Appiah.
Flames coach Kinnah Phiri, however, said it is for his charges to stun Ghana by turning the turntables and making it to South Africa.
“They [Ghana] scored two goals in Accra and we can do the same here. We have the right attitude in the squad to achieve that,” said Phiri.