Liverpool duo Trent Alexander-Arnold and Diogo Jota are expected to be available for the club's Premier League game against Watford on Saturday.
Right-back Alexander-Arnold sustained a muscle problem prior to the international break which meant he was absent from the 5-1 win away at Porto and the 2-2 draw at home to Manchester City.
Portugal forward Jota was sent home early from international duty after a muscle issue prevented him from training before his country's victory over Qatar last Saturday.
Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp told the club's official website: "They are all good, they are all in a good way, let me say it like this.
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"So it looks really like Trent and Diogo will be fine, they will train with us tomorrow completely normal, that's the plan."
Midfielder Thiago Alcantara is continuing with his recovery from a calf injury and Klopp confirmed that the Spaniard will likely miss the trip to Vicarage Road.
The Reds manager added: "Thiago needs probably a little bit longer, [he] was not in team training yet - that's always not a good sign for starting the next game.
"And the rest [of the] international [players], some are back, obviously some are not back yet. And we will see."
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Liverpool head into their clash with Watford second in the Premier League and unbeaten so far this term.
The Hornets, who recently appointed title-winning manager Claudio Ranieri as Xisco Munoz's successor, lie 15th in the table after seven games played following their promotion from the Championship last season.