match-fit

match-fit

adj
(General Sporting Terms) in good physical condition for competing in a match
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match-fit

adj (Brit Sport) → in guter Spielform
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Jesus is Brazil's most reliable, match-fit and inform striker, and this is a chance that will not come around very often.
The main alternative way of keeping the players who aren't getting in the main side match-fit and competitive is to enter a dual registration agreement whereby your players can turn out for a lower league club.
"The reason he did not play against City was to protect him and to keep match-fit for Saturday."
Johnster, via ChronicleLive ANDREW SAYS: It's a shame that Doumbia's come in not fully match-fit, but then again would he have come if he had been playing week-in, week-out in Russia?
Boss Gary Mills has also sent Dominic Langdon out on loan with Southern Midland side Atherstone in an effort to get match-fit.
Paul Stalteri has a dead leg, while Jari Litmanen is not match-fit.
The game meant nothing and Osasuna were less match-fit than Hearts.
CRICKET: Andrew Flintoff has his sights firmly set on being match-fit in plenty of time for the first Ashes Test against Australia starting on November 23.
That's a decision you normally take every week, more or less, to decide if a player is match-fit or not.
The Liverpool captain said: "We need to get him match-fit but I think we need to be patient with that.
"Ashley will return to the full squad on the 16th and we hope that by February 1 he will be fully match-fit," said Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger.