Burnley manager Eddie Howe is looking forward to having all of his strikers fit and ready for action after injury troubles.
Martin Paterson has been missing for three months with a thigh problem, while Danny Ings tore knee cartilage in only his second training session for the club having signed from Bournemouth in the summer.
The Clarets are unbeaten in four Championship games following a poor start to their campaign and Howe believes the return of Paterson and Ings will provide an added boost.
The manager said: "With Pato and Danny Ings we've got four really talented strikers there. I think they could all play with each other, no matter who you pick.
"Charlie (Austin) and Jay Rodriguez are proving a good partnership but I think all of them can play with each other, so it really excites me if we get those two back together, who knows what we're capable of.
"Charlie will probably play on the shoulder and be in the box all the time and Jay Rod will probably be the one that drops that little bit deeper and influences play. It's great to have that option."