Ghana returned to winning ways with a 3-1 win against Zimbabwe at the Cape Coast Stadium on Saturday in the matchday three games.
Mohammed Kudus, Thomas Parety and Andre Ayew scored for the Black Stars to keep the country's qualification chances alive.
Ghana will be hoping to continue their fine start under new manager, Milovan Rajevac in the return leg against the Warriors at their backyard.
The Black Stars led by Milovan Rajevac left the shores of the country early hours on Sunday and have safely arrived in Harare for the game scheduled on Tuesday.
The team was in company with Kurt Okraku, who is the President of the Ghana Football [GFA] together with Management Committee members of the Black Stars.
The team will train today before the game on Tuesday.
Ghana following the impressive win are trailing South Africa with just a point after three rounds of matches.
South Africa has amassed 7 points with Ghana accumulating 6 points from three games.
The Black Stars are seeking to return to the global showpiece having missed out in the last edition hosted in Russia in 2018.
Ghana has however in 2006, 2010 and 2014 Mundial in Germany, South Africa and Brazil respectively.
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