Neymar and Kylian Mbappe will both be available for Paris Saint-Germain's 'final' against Liverpool in the Champions League on Wednesday.
There had been doubts over both players -- the two most expensive players in the world -- after they were injured with their respective international teams last week.
But PSG boss Thomas Tuchel confirmed in his pre-game press conference that both teams will be available for the big game.
The French champions are currently third in their group behind Liverpool and Napoli. If Liverpool and Napoli (against Red Star Belgrade) both win this week, Tuchel's side will be knocked out.
"Neymar and Mbappe are OK," the German coach said. They both trained on Tuesday and he added that "there's no problem, there's no risk of injury."
Neymar injured his adductor muscle in Brazil's game against Cameroon, while Mbappe suffered a shoulder problem in France's game against Uruguay.
Neither played in the 1-0 win over Toulous at the weekend in Ligue 1.