The Black Stars of Ghana is the lowest ranked team on the FIFA rankings going into the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar as they lie a lowly 60th place.

Among all 32 nations, Ghana is the least ranked team lying a lowly 60 with even host nation Qatar lying better on the FIFA rankings than Ghana.

After Ghana Qatar (51), Saudi Arabia (49), Australia (42), Canada (32), Iran (21) and South Korea (29) following in that order.

The Black Stars will be making an appearance at the FIFA World Cup for the first time in eight years after missing the Russia 2018 edition.

Ghana defeated perennial rivals Nigeria in a 2022 World Cup plays off to secure a place in Qatar.

The first leg of the play offs ended 0-0 at the Baba Yara Stadium but Ghana managed a 1-1 score line with a Thomas Partey goal at the Moshood Abiola Stadium sending Ghana to the World Cup via the away goal rule.

Ghana is in group H and will face Cristiano Ronaldo's Portugal, Korea and Uruguay.

Meanwhile Opta Analyst ranks Ghana's chances of winning the 2022 FIFA World Cup at a miserly 0.02%.