Manchester United are 'hopeful' of having six first-team stars back in contention for their upcoming clash with Premier League leaders Liverpool.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has been burdened with numerous injuries to key players this season, with as many as ten of his senior squad currently sidelined with some form of knock or illness.
Injuries aside, the club have made a dire start to the season - finding themselves as low as 12th in the table with just nine points from their opening eight league matches.
Their most convincing victory came on the opening day of the season, when a near-fully fit United brushed aside Chelsea 4-0 at Old Trafford - the only match this campaign in which they've scored more than one goal.
The primary focus centres around Paul Pogba, who has travelled to Dubai this week to undergo rehab on the ankle problem which has limited him to just two appearances in the last five matches. The 'suggestion' is that he will be fit to face the Reds.
At the back, centre half Victor Lindelof is recovering from a back problem, but should be healed in time to partner Harry Maguire in central defence. Aaron Wan-Bissaka is another who should return to the side after contracting