Kwesi Appiah’s men lost 1-0 to the Netherland in Rotterdam at the end of last month and by the same scoreline to Montenegro in March, meaning they are yet to get a win since their victory against Namibia in January.
Ghana are the rank outsiders for the World Cup this summer, with many pricing them at 250/1 (251.00) to win the competition.
South Korea, coached by former defensive stalwart Hong Myung-bo and preparing for matches against Belgium, Russia and Algeria in Brazil come in to this game with a defeat against Tunisia last week and will hope to beat the Ghanaians. They are available at 2/1 (3.00) to emerge victorious after 90 minutes.
A draw in the game at Sun Life Stadium in Florida is worth 9/5 (2.80), not a bad bet given how evenly matches these two sides appear to be on paper.
You can back both sides to score at 6/5 (2.20) and the Asians triumphed in the last meeting between the two teams in 2011, having lost their previous two.
Gyan will be hoping his fine form against the Asian nation continues having netted four times across those three fixtures.