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HARRY Kewell has no doubt he is 100percent fit for Australia's vital Group D match against Ghana on Saturday.
His under-fire coach, Pim Verbeeck, doesn't sound convinced that his star player can go the distance. The Galatasaray forward has played only two minutes of club football in 2010, with his latest setback being a groin injury. Kewell declared himself ready for the opening 4-0 defeat by Germany on Sunday but was left on the bench.
"I know I can play," Kewell said. "But the decision is up to Pim Verbeeck."
Verbeeck's biggest dilemma is how he will use Kewell, either upfront from the start, or as an impact replacement. - Sapa-AP