Black Stars team doctor Baba Adamu has allayed fears over the fitness of four key players ahead of the start of the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations.
There are concerns over the fitness of Richmond-Boakye Yiadom, Anthony Annan, Isaac Vorsah and Rabiu Mohammed.
Yiadom, 19, was forced to abandoned Tuesday’s training session after he picked up a thigh sprain.
Defender Isaac Vorsah is yet to recover fully after he picked a knock in his right thigh during the Black Stars friendly win over Tunisia.
Annan had a twist on his left ankle during the opening friendly game against Egypt and yet to get involved while Rabiu is sweating on a problem in his right thigh.
With the continental showpiece just days away, there are fears the players may not be fully fit ahead of Sunday’s opening group D game against old foes DR Congo.
But team doctor Baba Adamu has allayed the fears of Ghanaians soccer fans and insists they will be fit in time.
“The injury situation of my team is not too bad. On my injury list I have four of the athletes,” Adamu said
“Isaac Vorsah who had a knock on his right thing, Anthny Annan had a twist on his left ankle joint, Rabiu had a knock on his thigh too and the last but not the least is Richmond Boakye-Yiadom. He had a sprained on his right ankle joint at training on Tuesday.
“On the whole, we’re working around te clock. Hopefully by Thursday, they should be up and doing.
“So by Thursday I expect all of them to be on the field and Sunday all things being equal, they should all be fit for the game.
“We had our general medical rounds last night. So far, so good. Just the way we came, everything is fine.
“Apart from those I have mentioned, the rest have a clean sheet of fitness to play the game on Sunday.”
Ghana will open her account with a tricky tie against DR Congo before engaging Mali and less-fancied Niger in group B.