Tyrone co-manager Feargal Logan has confirmed that all of the county's senior footballers are back in training ahead of Saturday's rescheduled All-Ireland football semi-final with Kerry.

The last-four showdown was postponed twice after an outbreak of Covid-19 in the Red Hand camp.

"There was a good period there where we didn't have everybody on the training field at the same time but we have got to that point now, which is helpful and positive, and where everybody is physically present and they are out of isolation," Logan told the Irish Independent. "We’ve got everybody together."

Logan, who previously said one player had been hospitalised and many others sufffered symptoms, said he remained anxious that close contacts could yet further disrupt his and Brian Dooher's selection plans.

"Any phone call can take you out as a close contact. You're very anxious with every call so until we get through to Thursday even Friday night, it will be hard to say. On paper nobody is in lockdown but we still have players coming back and we have to assess them for the next couple of days. I couldn’t say to you that some boys you would like to start would be playing in Croke Park."

The county initially withdrew from from the fixture after only a week's extension was offered but that was averted after the GAA sanctioned another week's delay.

As a result, the winners will now play in the All-Ireland final against Mayo on 11 September.

Logan insisted the outbreak had genuinely threatened their participation and said he was grateful to the GAA and Kerry for their understanding in facilitating the switch.

"It's for real," he said, "We’re doing our best to get this gathered up. We don’t want to be making excuses.

"We couldn’t see any other way out of it and we appreciate what Kerry have done. The GAA deserve great credit too for what they’ve done. This could visit any community, any house. I wouldn’t wish it on any football team."

Follow Saturday's All-Ireland football semi-final with our live blog on RTÉ.ie/sport and the RTÉ News app.

Watch Kerry v Tyrone live on RTÉ2 or RTÉ Player from 2.30pm.

Watch highlights of all the weekend's football and camogie action on The Sunday Game at 9.30pm on RTÉ2.

Listen to live and exclusive national radio commentary on RTÉ Radio 1's Saturday Sport.