Scotland have injury concerns over Scott Brown, Gary Naysmith and Alan Hutton ahead of next week's Euro 2008 qualifier with Georgia.
The trio picked up knocks in Saturday's impressive 3-1 win over Ukraine at Hampden Park.
Scotland's medical team are set to assess the trio's fitness on Sunday and they will be keen to have all three players available for the trip to Georgia with Lee McCulloch and Garry O'Connor both missing through suspension.
Alex McLeish has been boosted by the news that Darren Fletcher has been given the go-ahead from Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson to link up with the squad again after injury.
Fletcher has been out of action since breaking a bone in his leg against France last month, but he could feature against Georgia after making a successful recovery from the injury.
Scotland coach Roy Aitken admitted they were waiting on the fitness of Brown, Naysmith and Hutton before travelling to Georgia, but that the return of Fletcher was a massive boost to the squad.
Niggles"We have some niggles. Alan Hutton, Gary Naysmith and Scott Brown all have little niggles and we need to check on them today," Aitken told Sky Sports News.
"We are without Garry O'Connor and Lee McCulloch they are both suspended unfortunately for the game on Wednesday, but the good news is that Darren Fletcher has joined up with the squad again.
"He is such an important player, outstanding for Manchester United and a terrific player for Scotland so he will travel to Georgia with us.
"I know the manager has spoken very closely with Alex Ferguson about the whole situation and that decision will be made over the next few days.
"But the fact that Darren is even with us is a real bonus and a real boost for the squad."