Christian Atsu of Ghana (7) celebrates a goal with teammates during of the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations Quarter Final match between Ghana and Guinea at Malabo Stadium, Equatorial Guinea on 01 February 2015 Pic Sydney Mahlangu/BackpagePix

Christian Atsu of Ghana (7) celebrates a goal with teammates during of the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations Quarter Final match between Ghana and Guinea at Malabo Stadium, Equatorial Guinea on 01 February 2015 Pic Sydney Mahlangu/BackpagePix

Ghana will begin their 2017 Africa Cup of Nations qualifying campaign against Mauritius at home on 14 June in Group H.

The Black Stars will then travel to Kigali to face Rwanda on the weekend of 4-6 September for the next round of matches to end the year.

When the qualifiers resume in 2016, there will be two matches in the month of March against the Mambas of Mozambique between 23-29.

The first match will be played at home to end round one and the return clash in Maputo.

Ghana?s penultimate qualifier will be in Port Louis against Mauritius between 3-5 June, 2016.

The Black Stars final Group match will at home against Rwanda between the weekend of 2-4 September.

Ghana will bee seeking a 20th appearance at the Africa Cup of Nations before mounting a chase for a fifth continental title.

The Black Stars came close to winning the just ended 2015 tournament in Equatorial Guinea but lost 9-8 on penalties to Ivory Coast.

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