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Tickets for Ghana’s much anticipated 2018 World Cup qualifier match aganist Egypt have already sold out.

Emerging reports indicate that tickets for the match on 13 November sold out within days of going on sale.

Egypt announced that 75,000 spectators will be allowed to watch the epic clash at the Borg Al-Arab Stadium but reliable sources indicate that over 80,000 tickets have been sold.

The much awaited clash between the two sides is making Egypt eager to avenge defeat suffered at the hands of Black Stars two years ago when the Pharaohs were hammerd 6-1 by former Africa Champions.

The Egyptians top the Group E with three points after kicking the campaign with a 2-1 win over Congo in Brazzaville,while Black Stars were held to a goaless draw by Uganda.

The Sunday meeting will be the 21st between the countries and the Pharaohs will be attempting to reach their first World Cup since 1990.

Ghana are expected to be in Cairo tommorrow from their training camp in Dubai.

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