Manchester United forward Wayne Rooney is expected to return from injury for the Champions League quarter final second leg against Bayern Munich after playing a full part in training following a toe problem.
Rooney missed the 4-0 win over Newcastle United on Saturday after picking up the injury in the 1-1 draw against Bayern last week and reports suggested he could miss the pivotal trip to Munich.
But United's top scorer is available to manager David Moyes, while fellow-injury victims Patrice Evra, Ryan Giggs and Jonny Evans all trained ahead of the trip to the Bundesliga champions and current European Cup holders.
Moyes had previously stated that Rooney was "touch and go" for the trip to the Allianz Arena but the 28 year old is now expected to travel to Germany while Rafael and Marouane Fellaini are both doubts for United after failing to train on Tuesday.
Bayern boss Pep Guardiola said: "He is going to play, 100 per cent. He is going to play I bet you a big big glass of beer. I believe he is going to play, and Valencia too. Rooney is going to play. He is a big player."
Giggs, who was replaced at half against Bayern last week, has a made timely return to training with Moyes having suggested the former Wales international will play a central role in his plans this week.
Defensive duo Evra, who missed the first leg due to suspension but was absent through injury for the trip to Newcastle, and Evans, could also feature in United's travelling party.
The Northern Irishman has been out since February with a calf injury suffered against Stoke City but played an hour against Newcastle Under-21's on Monday night while Evra has been nursing a knee problem
The Frenchman said: "I think I will be fit. I received a knock and I was injured as well before Aston Villa with my knee so I will try my best to be fit. Sometimes you have to play your best and be honest with yourself and your team-mates."