John Terry and Ashley Cole are both available for Chelsea's FA Cup semi-final against Tottenham Hotspur at Wembley this weekend.
Blues skipper Terry has been nursing a rib injury while left-back Cole missed Chelsea's last two games with an ankle problem.
But manager Roberto Di Matteo has revealed the defenders have both been training without any difficulties.
The news is a significant boost with regular right-back Branislav Ivanovic suspended for the Tottenham clash and Chelsea also facing Barcelona in the UEFA Champions League and Arsenal in the Premier League next week.
"Ashley trained today and is fine, he's available," Di Matteo told reporters at Chelsea's training ground. "It's a good time to have him back. John Terry came through training fine too."
Although this is a pivotal point in the season for the Blues, Di Matteo is determined not to look beyond beating Spurs on Sunday and is confident of doing just that.
"The two times we played (Tottenham) in the league, the games were quite balanced," Di Matteo added.
"But in a one-off game it is difficult to say who is the favourite due to the form, because the dynamic is a little different.
"We are in good form and the players are confident. At the moment I am only looking at the game on Sunday, and thinking about what is the best selection to win that game.
"Every time you play at Wembley it should be a spectacle because it is a great arena.
"We have two opportunities to win a trophy and we will try to win them both.
"That is what we are working for, that is challenge we face and we are looking forward to that challenge."