Manchester United should see Victor Lindelof return to the side to face League One side Tranmere in the FA Cup on Sunday.
Lindelof missed the defeat to Burnley at the weekend through illness, but appears to have recovered in time for the trip to the Wirral. Eric Bailly, who is still to play for the first team since recovering from his injury, could play at Prenton Park, despite concerns over the playing surface at Tranmere. For the replay win over Watford on Thursday, large parts of the pitch were sanded or muddy, but Ole Gunnar Solskjaer insisted both sides would have to deal with it.
Solskjaer also confirmed Axel Tuanzebe remains out for the cup clash, while long-term absentees Marcus Rashford, Scott McTominay and Paul Pogba are still injured.
This is how United's injury and illness list is looking ahead of the FA Cup fixture:
Lindelof missed the game against Burnley, with Phil Jones stepping in, but he is expected to return this weekend having recovered from illness.
Whether Lindelof is included at Tranmere or not is another matter, with Solskjaer expected to make changes while retaining a strong side that can secure passage into the fifth round.
Expected return date: January 26 vs Tranmere
After he missed the defeat against Liverpool, Solskjaer confirmed Rashford would be out for at least six weeks with a double back stress fracture. The Norwegian added the injury was different to the problem he suffered against Burnley in the last meeting between the two sides.
Speaking before the Burnley game, he said: "He had some days off for treatment, he was taken off in games and didn't start every game and, suddenly, this was a new injury. So he didn't have any injuries before then, no.
"Marcus is good, he's a positive guy and he knows that this is not what he wanted but he's always positive. He wants to get back as quickly as positive and safely as possible. And we'll give him that time. And, when he feels ready and medically we've cleared him, he'll be back."
Rashford has been active on social media, promising he will return before the end of the Premier League season, and that he will remain active in team meetings while he is out.
Expected return date: March 2020
Speculation rages on over the future of Paul Pogba, who is set for an extended spell on the treatment table.
The Frenchman featured against Wolves and Newcastle but missed games against Arsenal and Burnley. He underwent surgery to fix an ankle problem and has posted various images on Instagram showing him wearing an ankle cast.
He continues to build his fitness ahead of a return before the end of the season.
Expected return date: February 2020
Scott McTominay has been one of United's most important players this season and his injury is a significant blow.
The Scotland international picked up his problem during the win against Newcastle in December with Solskjaer confirming he had suffered damaged knee ligaments.
Speaking at the start of January, Solskjaer said McTominay "will be out for a few months".
Expected return date: February/March
Young defender Axel Tuanzebe has been out since December and is set to miss the Tranmere match as he continues to recover.
Speaking before the Tranmere clash, Solskjaer said to MUTV: "Axel will be back after the mid-season break, training with us.
"He's had a difficult spell as well because it's taken so much longer than we thought. We had to make sure he is fine when he gets back.
Expected return date: February 2020.
The Argentine hasn't featured since November and the MEN understood his absence was due to potentially leaving the club during the January transfer window.
Solskjaer revealed a hamstring injury kept him out of the game against Liverpool.
"Marcos (Rojo) is still not ready. He had a bad calf injury that took longer than we expected," the United boss added.
Rojo is not expected to feature against Tranmere.
Expected return date: Unknown