Old Trafford pair cleared to face Stamford Bridge club in Premier League title showdown.
Manchester United stars Wayne Rooney and Patrice Evra will be fit to face Chelsea in the Premier League decider at Old Trafford on Sunday.
Both players missed the 4-1 victory over Schalke in the Champions League semi-final second-leg through in jury but manager Sir Alex Ferguson is confident both will recover.
Rooney missed the game as a precaution after the 25-year-old complained of a tight hamstring during training on Tuesday.
Evra missed out on the starting XI but came on as a second-half substitute before picking up a knock on his thigh.
Both players will be available to Ferguson for the visit of Stamford Bridge which could go along away to deciding who wins the league.
United are three points clear of Chelsea, with three games left. If the Blues win in Manchester they will go top on goal difference.
Ferguson confirmed both Rooney and Evra will be fit to play in the decider.
“Patrice got a kick,” he told MUTV. “I was ready to substitute him but he said he was okay.
“Wayne will be all right. I wasn’t prepared to take a risk.”