The two sides are set for an all-African clash at the Indira Gandhi Athletic Stadium in Guwahati.
It will be the third meeting between them in 2017 as Mali beat Ghana 1-0 in the final of the African championship in May before another 2-1 win in a pre-World Cup friendly last month.
"We are not taking Ghana lightly," Komla told pressmen.
"They have reached this level not accidentally but with their effort.
"It's going to be a good match.
"The crowd in India has been very good.
"I have a very good impression and sometimes the ground was jampacked.
"The cities were very welcoming, very warm and provided us with whatever we needed in time."
The Eagles then handed Iraq a 5-1 thrashing in the round of 16 to make the last eight.
Ghana, on the other hand, beat Colombia 1-0 in their tournament opener before falling 1-0 to the USA.
The Black Starlets then got back to winning ways, beating hosts India 4-0 in the last group game, before accounting for Niger (2-0) in the round of 16 fixture on Wednesday.