Ghana’s players are in top form ahead of Saturday’s clash with Malawi in Saturday’s decisive 2013 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier in Lilongwe.
Two strikers in coach Kwesi Appiah squad scored hat-tricks for their club abroad before joining the Black Stars training camp in Kenya.
The Ghana squad is so rich with attacking options and even their defenders are scoring for their clubs in Europe as one was on target over the weekend.
Lead striker Asamoah Gyan scored thrice as his club Al Ain thrashed Al Dhafra in the UAE top-flight to move to the top of the scorers chart with seven goals in three matches.
Also top of a scoring chart is attacker Abdul Majeed Waris who also hit a hat-trick, helping his Swedish club Hacken to demolish rival Syrianska 5-1 in the league over the weekend.
Towering defender Isaac Vorsah scored for his Austrian side Red Bull Salzburg as they also won their league match on Saturday.
But the fulcrum of the Black Stars squad is the midfield where Juventus key player Kwadwo Asamoah, talented player Christian Atsu of Portuguese giants Porto and Andre Ayew of Marseille operate.
They will be backed by top performers in the Spanish La Liga as Osasuna’s Anthony Annan and Espanyol’s Mubarak Wakaso as both midfielders have deadly piledrivers.
Goalkeeper Adam Kwarasey who is the captain of Norwegian side Stromsgodset has catapulted them to the top of the league and he is expected to prevent the Flames from scoring.
He will be protected by Vorsah and silky defender John Boye of French side Rennes who has been a top performer in Ligue 1.
Ghana will be counting on these players to secure them a place at the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations in South Africa in January.