The pair, along with Gideon Mensah, Joseph Aidoo, and Baba Iddrisu, arrived at camp on Monday and are currently waiting for the rest of the team to start training for the two games, which are a part of the Black Stars’ World Cup preparations in Qatar.
Williams scored to lead Athletic Bilbao to a 3-2 victory over Rayo Vallecano in La Liga whereas Lamptey was out of action for his side Brighton over the weekend since their Premier League match against Crystal Palace was postponed due to Queen Elizabeth II’s funeral.
Williams and Lamptey pledged their allegiance to Ghana in June, and they’re slated to debut this month.
Prior to playing Nicaragua on Tuesday, September 27, 2022, at Estadio Francisco Artes Carrasco in Lorca, Spain, Ghana will play Brazil on Friday, September 23, at Stade Oceane in Le Harve, France.
Before the commencement of their World Cup campaign, Ghana will play another friendly against Switzerland.
In the group stage, the Black Stars will play Uruguay, South Korea, and Portugal.