Tammy Abraham will be fit for Aston Villa’s home game against Blackburn.
The striker, who has scored 21 goals this season in the Championship, was an injury concern after returning early from international duty with the England Under-21 squad due to groin and calf problems he sustained during the win against Middlesbrough.
However, Abraham has since resumed full training and should start on Saturday as Villa look for a fifth-straight league victory to strengthen their late play-off charge.
More good news for Villa boss Dean Smith sees the return of Axel Tuanzebe and Henri Lansbury. On-loan defender Tuanzebe (foot) has been absent since December, while Lansbury has had a stop-start campaign due to hamstring issues and last featured in January.
Blackburn are also boosted by players returning from injury, with a quartet set to come back into contention.
Amari’i Bell, Charlie Mulgrew, Darragh Lenihan and Jack Rodwell all missed the defeat at Sheffield Wednesday.
However, the international break has given all four players the time they needed to recover.
Rovers have lost seven of their last nine Championship games and have been beaten on their last five visits to Villa Park in all competitions.