Egypt will hold their 2014 World Cup playoff second-leg against the Black Stars of Ghana in Cairo after the Federation of International Football Association (FIFA) passed their plans for a secured hosting venue fit.
FIFA said their decision was based on guarantee from the Egyptian government and the decision to allow Al Ahly to play a Champions League match in Cairo.
Ghana has twice written to football’s world governing body (FIFA) their security concerns for the 19 November tie, opting for a switch of venue because of the political unrest in Cairo.
It also means football fans will be allowed into the Air Defence Stadium, venue of the game.
Ghana leads the two-legged play of series by 6-1 after the Kumasi drubbing on October 15.