The team were scheduled to play a Qatari club on Tuesday but the game had to be cancelled because of the number of players in camp.
Only nine have reported in camp due to the extension of reporting date to from December 27 to January 3.
“Per the current situation, it is unlikely the friendly the game will come on tomorrow,” Henry Asante Twum told Asempa FM’s SportsNite show.
Coach Milovan Rajevac has been going through some intensive drills with the players currently available as he awaits the rest of his team in the coming days.
Meanwhile, the Black Stars have been dealt a huge blow after AS Roma teen sensation Felix Afena-Gyan refused to join the team.
Ghana will however play African champions Algeria in one of their three international friendlies line-up before the tournament in Cameroon.
The Black Star have been drawn in Group C alongside Morocco, Gabon and the Comoros Island.