Robin van Persie and Angel di Maria have both recovered sufficiently to be available to Louis Van Gaal for Sunday's visit of Arsenal to Old Trafford.
Robin van Persie was ruled out last weekend with an illness that he apparently hasn't recovered from because Manchester United have declared him doubtful for the Week 37 reunion with Arsenal.
Louis van Gaal has confirmed that Robin van Persie fell victim to the clubs sweeping virus while Angel di Maria did not travel to Selhurst Park after suffering a training ground injury on Wednesday.
Robin van Persie put the ball on target plenty against the Baggies in Week 35 but he couldn't get it past Boaz Myhill even when presented with a penalty.
Robin van Persie came through a U21 match successfully in mid-week and injuries could push him into the starting line-up for the senior squad in Week 34.
Robin van Persie will miss the Manchester Derby despite returning to training after his late-February ankle injury.
Robin van Persie left the Liberty Stadium in a walking boot last weekend and will definitely miss the Week 27 match with Sunderland and likely more once a diagnosis is finally reached.
Robin van Persie will be assessed after leaving the Liberty Stadium on crutches following the defeat to Swansea in game week 26.
Robin van Persie shook off his recent slump to score a goal as Manchester United beat Leicester City 3-1.
Robin van Persie is fit enough to return to action against Cambridge United in FA Cup action tonight.
Reports from the UK suggest the ankle injury sustained by Robin van Persie during the home defeat to Southampton is minor with the Dutch striker expected to miss one Premier League game.
Robin van Persie will be sent for a scan on Monday after Louis van Gaal confirmed the Dutchman injured his ankle during Sundays’ defeat to Southampton meaning the striker will not be able to travel to Zurich to collect his goal of the year award.
23, 0, 29, and 28 - those are RvP's previous four fantasy totals as the big numbers start to overwhelm the little ones for the first time this season.
Robin van Persie's match-winning brace against Southampton rescued Manchester United and reaffirmed his status as a fantasy-relevant player for the first time this season.