Ghana's match against Burkina Faso at the ongoing Africa U-20 Cup of Nations in Niger has been rescheduled for Monday at 16H30," Caf has announced.
Originally planned for Sunday at Stade de Maradi, the Group B fixture was called off due to issues with the floodlights at the venue.
The other group tie between Mali and Senegal came off as planned on Sunday, the latter claiming a 2-0 win to move top of the group.
Monday's fixture will mark Ghana's return to the U-20 Afcon following a four-year absence.
After the Burkina Faso opener, the Black Satellites will face Senegal on February 6 before coming up against Mali three days later.
Progression to the next round guarantees qualification for the World Cup slated for Poland in May/June.
Ghana have not qualified for the global showpiece since a second-round finish at New Zealand 2015.