Black Stars have no injury worries going into Saturday's 2014 World Cup qualifier against Zambia in Ndola.
Goalkeeper Adam Kwarasey has fully recovered from a bout flu which led to him missing Tuesday's training sessions.
Kwarasey was the only squad member to miss training since the squad started its camping in South Africa ahead of the match against the Chipolopolo.
Ghana team doctor Dr. Adam Baba [pictured] says all the players are fit and available for selection for the match to be played at the Levy Mwanawasa Stadium.
"Thankfully we have no injury concerns and all the players are fully fit for the match in Zambia," Dr. Baba told www.ghanafa.org.
"The players worked strongly in training but are aware that they must stay on their feet for this important game.
"I am happy that despite the hard work they are all fit and sound for the game so we have no injury worries."
The Black Stars will face the Chipolopolo in Ndola and their training camp has put them in the right shape for the game.
Ghana are currently top of Group D after their emphatic 7-0 win over Lesotho in their opening game in the group.
Zambia, the African champions, lost 2-0 to Sudan in the group's other game.
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