Joe Ledley, Joe Allen and Hal Robson-Kanu are all in contention to start in Wales' Euro 2016 opener against Slovakia. Crystal Palace midfielder Ledley suffered a fractured leg on 9 May, a setback that initially looked to have left his hopes of featuring in his country's first major international competition since 1958 in tatters.
But the 29-year-old has completed a remarkable recovery and is in contention to start on Saturday 11 June in their Group B opener in Bordeaux.
"Joe [Ledley] has been on the pitch, doing everything the rest of the players are doing," said Wales manager Chris Coleman at a press conference.
"If you get a kick on it, that is a question mark. But he has done exactly the same session, the same duration, everything the same as the other players. He is good."
Liverpool midfielder Allen meanwhile missed Wales' final warm-up match, a 3-0 defeat to Sweden, due to a knee injury but the 26-year-old is also expected to return to Coleman's line-up.
Robson-Kanu had also been struggling with a leg injury. "All three players came through sessions yesterday, fully integrated with the squad, so it's positive news," Coleman said.
"All three players are good, lacking game-time but physically they look very good. They are training with the squad, we expect them there again tomorrow and if it stays the same they will be available for the weekend."