Chris Gayle and Kemar Roach are expected to be fit for West Indies' World Cup quarter-final against Pakistan in Dhaka on Wednesday.
Both missed the final group fixture, an 80-run defeat to India - opening batsman Gayle due to an abdominal muscle problem and pace spearhead Roach with a stomach infection.
West Indies captain Darren Sammy confirmed on Tuesday he expects them to feature in the opening match of the knockout phase.
"I liked the way Chris was hitting balls in the nets," noted Sammy. "He is very committed to the West Indies cause. Come tomorrow, and I have no doubt both he and Kemar will play.
"Chris is a committed fellow. He will do whatever it takes to put the team in a position to win. I have no doubts he will do the best thing that's required for the team."
West Indies, who qualified in fourth spot in Group B, may also recall experienced batsman Shivnarine Chanderpaul in an effort to prevent a repeat of the batting collapses that marred their defeats to India and England.
Chanderpaul, a veteran of 267 ODIs, is short of runs recently and was dropped for the final two group matches.
"We did lose our way (in the last two games) and we can't keep collapsing like that all the time," added Sammy.
"We certainly can't do that in a quarter-final but I am confident we can put the past behind us and hopefully the West Indies will win. It will be an exciting game."
Pakistan, meanwhile, are riding high after topping Group A with five victories.
And in skipper Shahid Afridi they possess the leading wicket-taker in the group stage with 17 victims.
Victory would set up a possible semi-final showdown with great rivals India, who take on Australia on Thursday, but Afridi insists the squad are not looking past West Indies.
"Our entire focus is on winning the quarter-final, I am not even thinking of the next match, whether it is India or Australia," the leg-spinner said.
"We will not take the West Indies lightly. Any team is capable of winning on their day, there are no second chances in a knockout match. I think they are a very good side."
Despite their good form, Pakistan's top order remains a problem area with no half-centuries from their openers in the tournament.
Kamran Akmal and Mohammad Hafeez look set to continue as the opening pair after teenage prospect Ahmed Shehzad was dropped for the final group game.
The other selection decision concerns veteran seamer Shoaib Akhtar, who has announced he will retire at the end of the tournament.
Wahab Riaz, however, is the man in possession and Pakistan are likely to resist the temptation to bring Shoaib back at the left-armer's expense.
Pakistan have won the last four ODI meetings between the sides, most recently a five-wicket victory in the group stage of the 2009 Champions Trophy in Johannesburg.
But West Indies hold the edge in World Cup play, a 54-run success in the initial group stage of the 2007 event making it six wins out of eight.