Hearts of Oak have no injury concerns ahead of their home game against debutants Elmina Sharks at the Accra Sports Stadium on Sunday, according to coach Frank Elliott Nuttall.
The Phobians come into the fixture on the back of an away victory over Ashanti Gold last weekend in Obuasi.
Sharks on the other hand, have gone three games without a victory including a 2-1 home defeat to table-toppers Wafa.
“We are approaching the Elmina Sharks game same as we have been doing for the other games,” Nuttall told his club's website.
“The latest team news is that the players have trained very well and there's good quality in the training and everybody is available.
“Our recovery from the previous game has been good and we are preparing for the opposition and building up the focus of the players for the Sharks game," he said.
“What I expect is that our team will be trying the hardest to get the three points and that is the main thing.
“Keep supporting the players, be positive and encourage the players and help them with your positive support,” he added.
Hearts could move two places up to third position on the log with a victory on Sunday.