Ribery, who was recently crowned UEFA's best player in Europe for last season, admits that he is not fully fit.
"It's true that I've suffering from pain in my gluteals for a few days now," Riber told reporters. "I also picked up a knock against Chelsea [in the UEFA Super Cup on August 30].
"Hopefully I won't feel any more pain between now and Tuesday when we take on Belarus. We'll do everything we can to reach that objective but I can't say I'm at 100%."
France currently sit second in Group I, three points behind leaders Spain.