Monaco manager Leonardo Jardim has received a triple injury boost ahead of the Wednesday's (14 September) trip to Tottenham Hotspur, with Danijel Subasic, Thomas Lemar and Guido Carrillo all passing fit to return to action in the Champions League opener at Wembley. Former Chelsea and Manchester United flop Radamel Falcao has also made the 21-man travelling squad to London, but Benjamin Mendy and Kylian Mbappe remain on the sidelines.
Subasic, Lemar and Carrillo missed the comfortable 4-1 victory over Lille on Saturday, which saw Jardim's side move to the top of the Ligue 1 table thanks to goals from Djibril Sidibe, Adama Traore, Fabinho and Kamil Glik.
However, Monaco have now confirmed that the trio have put their injury issues behind them to make the travelling squad for Tottenham. The return of Subasic and Lemar are a particular boost for Jardim as the pair were a major factor in the club's fine start to the campaign.
Subasic had been Monaco's goalie for the opening games of the season, with Morgan de Sanctis filling in during the weekend victory due to a thigh issue.
Lemar has missed the last two Ligue 1 games, victories over PSG and Lille, but played a big part in the Champions League qualification victories over Fenerbahçe and Villarreal.
Carrillo's return gives Jardim another option in attack, with former Chelsea and United striker Falcao already returning to action against Lille following a long spell on the sidelines.
However, the absence of Mendy is a big loss for Jardim as the Frenchman is his first-choice in the left-back spot. Djibril Sidibe could cover against Tottenham as he did during the win over Lille. Kylian Mbappe will also miss the visit to Wembley as the coveted youngster is yet to play since the first game of the season due to a head injury.