Ghanaian giants Asante Kotoko have arrived in Algeria ahead of their Caf Confederations Cup playoffs game against ES Setif on Sunday.
The team left the shores of Ghana in the early hours of Saturday to the North African country with a chartered flight.
The Porcupine Warriors lost the first leg a week ago at the Accra Sports Stadium as Setif clinched a 2-1 win away.
Kotoko need a positive result to progress to the next round or face elimination from the competition.
The second leg is scheduled for Stade 8 Mai 1945 in Sétif at 17:00 GMT on Sunday, February 21.
Per Caf arrangement, the team is expected to undertake two COVID-19 tests before the match which will be played behind closed doors.
Kotoko’s technical team named all 21 available players from their registered squad for the trip namely;
Razak Abalora, Felix Annan, Kwame Baah
Christopher Nettey, Imoro Ibrahim, Habib Mohammed, Ismail Abdul Ganiu, Mubarik Yussif, Samuel Frimpong, Wahab Adams, Andrews Appau
Emmanuel Sarkodie, Latif Anabila, Emmanuel Gyamfi, Salifu Mudasiru, Kwame Adom, Frimpong, Godfred Asiamah, Fabio Gama, Augustine Okrah
Kwame Opoku, Naby Laye Keita