By Patrick Akoto
Defender John Pantsil is wary of the threat of Swaziland by urging his team-mates not to underrate them.
The Black Stars will battle the Sihlangu Semnikati's at the Accra Sports stadium in the penultimate 2012 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier.
Ghana had a strolled to 3-0 win in September last year and are expected to run amok on 2 September.
The Leicester City man says writing the Southern African side off could be perilous.
"Let us not make mistake and think that we can easily ride on them because we won the first game 3-0.It won't be easy because they will give us a good run for our money," Pantsil said
"This is football and anything at all can happen. Many thought we were going to ride over Sudan but they came and shocked us here with a goalless draw.
"But that notwithstanding, we'll play our heart out and ensure we qualify to the competition because we want to remain top of our group."
Ghana currently lead the Group I table by superior goal difference.