The Black Stars will face Iceland in an international friendly at the 15,000 capacity Laugardalsvöllur Stadium in Reykjavik on Thursday June 7.

Iceland have qualified for the FIFA World Cup in Russia and will use the game as a preparatory one for the Mundial.

Meanwhile, Ghana will see this as perfect opportunity to test some of the newcomers ahead of the AFCON qualifier against Kenya in September.

Judging from their respective training ground sessions, here is how the two sides could line up for tomorrow’s game.

Partey is expected to lead the side once again in the absence of several key players with Maritzburg shot-stopper Richard Ofori maintaining his slot in goal.

Andy Yiadom, Nicholas Opoku, Agnenyenu and Rashid Somalia will man the Black Stars defense.

Joseph Attamah Laweh and Isaac Sackey will play in the central midfield, as Nana Ampomah, and Acheampong operate from the wings.

With Kwesi Appiah trusting Levante ace Emmanuel Boateng to lead the attack.

The probable formations:

Iceland (4-4-2): Halldorsson; Saevarsson, Arnasonm, Sigurdsson, Magnusson; Gudmundsson, Gunnarsson, Sigurdsson, Bjarnason; Finnbogason, Bodvarsson.

Ghana (4-2-3-1): Ofori, Yiadom, Opoku, Agbenyenu, Attamah, Sumaila, Sackey, Boateng, Partey, Acheampong, Ampomah

By Daraja Mutari/