The host FA states on its website no tickets would be sold on match day while advising fans to travel only if they have one at hand.
“No further tickets will be made available for the game now and there will not be any tickets for sale on matchday, so we urge supporters not to travel unless they have a ticket for the match,” the statement read.
The Three Lions engage the Black Stars for the first time on Tuesday March 29 at the Wembley Stadium. About 20, 000 fans – the largest away following for any nation since the opening of the new Wembley - are expected to cheer on the 2010 World Cup quarter-finalists inside the stadium.
The four-time African champions highly expected to parade their top stars a lot of which are plying their trade in the English Premier League and other European leagues. They would be in England three days after the Nations Cup qualifying game in Brazzaville.