Terry (left), Carvalho (second left), and Drogba (right) expect to play
Chelsea striker Didier Drogba and defenders John Terry and Ricardo Carvalho all expect to be fit for the Champions League final in Moscow.
Doubts were cast over the availability of the key trio after Terry dislocated his elbow and Drogba hurt his knee, while Carvalho has a back injury.
But boss Avram Grant has confirmed that Terry and Drogba have been training and Carvalho declared on Friday:
"I'll be okay. I have a few more days to recover and should be 100%."
Club captain Terry and main striker Drogba picked up their knocks in the club's final Premier League match of the season against Bolton, but it now appears they will be ready for the match against Manchester United on 21 May.
Manager Grant told a news conference on Wednesday: "They [both] trained today so I don't think there is any problem."
Drogba also told French newspaper L'Equipe his injury was "nothing serious", adding: "No-one wants to miss this gigantic match."
Carvalho's injury has been a frequent niggle but he insists he will be ready to help his club claim the biggest prize in European club football - despite being unsure about his own future at Stamford Bridge.
"Over the last few years whenever we have played against United it has always been difficult," he said.
"But we have shown that we can beat them.
"We played excellent football at Stamford Bridge in the league when we won 2-1 and we beat them in the FA Cup final last season.
Interview: Chelsea boss Avram Grant
"It doesn't matter who wins the league, this is the Champions League. We will arrive in Moscow confident we can win."
Chelsea lost out to United in the race for the Premier League title and Drogba called the Moscow showdown "the match of our careers".
United will be looking to complete the double but the Ivory Coast international insists: "This Champions League match is different.
"We know that we can beat United, we proved it again in the league a fortnight ago.
"But they deserved their title and were rewarded for their consistency. We made too many mistakes."
This page is best viewed in an up-to-date web browser with style sheets (CSS) enabled. While you will be able to view the content of this page in your current browser, you will not be able to get the full visual experience. Please consider upgrading your browser software or enabling style sheets (CSS) if you are able to do so.