Referee Alhadji Allaou Mahamat has been named to take charge of the 2022 Championship of African Nations (CHAN) second Group C match between Ghana and Sudan on Thursday, January 19.
The 36-year-old ex-footballer from Chad has been a Fifa international since 2012.
Leading the match officials at Mohamed Hamlaoui Stadium in Constantine, Mahamat will be guided on the lines by Algerian pair Abbes Akram Zerhouni (Assistant I), Brahim El Hamlaoui Sid Ali (Assistant II).
The Fourth Official will be Celso Armindo Alvação from Mozambique
Pedro Alogo Ondo Abeku from Equatorial Guinea – who served as Match Commissioner in the opening defeat to Madagascar – retains his role.
Mauritanian Beida Dahane is the VAR official.
Kickoff for the Ghana-Sudan clash is at 19:00 GMT.
Full appointment: GHANA vs SUDAN
Referee: Mahamat Alhadji Allaou (Chad)
Assistant I: Abbes Akram Zerhouni (Algeria)
Assistant II: Brahim El Hamlaoui Sid Ali (Algeria)
Fourth Referee: Celso Armindo Alvação (Mozambique)
Match Commissioner: Pedro Alogo Ondo Abeku (Equatorial Guinea)
Referee Assessor: Raphael Evehe Divine (Cameroon)
General Coordinator: Helly Zafinimanga (Madagascar)
Technical Study Group: Chafik Ameur (Algeria)
Technical Study Group: Raymond Kalla (Cameroon)
Marketing Officer: Esther Musoke (Uganda)
Media Officer: Ibrahima Tanou Diallo (Guinea)
Media Officer: Peperipe Sehounde (Benin)
Security Officer: Almoustapha Mamane Idi (Niger)
Security Officer: Mahmoud Taher (Egypt)
Video Assistant Referee: Beida Dahane (Mauritania)
Assistant VAR: Haythem Guirat (Tunisia)
Doping Control: Yasser Hosny Ahmed Abdelrahman (Egypt)
Assistant General Coordinator: Eric Otogo Castane (Gabon)