Hugo Lloris will return for Tottenham Hotspur when they face Middlesbrough on Saturday but Danny Rose is among five absentees.
France international Lloris missed Tuesday night’s 0-0 draw with Sunderland due to illness.
However, boss Mauricio Pochettino says the goalkeeper trained on Thursday and Friday and is fully fit again.
Left-back Rose was taken off during the first half against Sunderland with a knee injury and had a scan on Thursday.
He will need to wait until Monday for the results, with any damage to the medial ligament meaning four weeks out of action.
Centre-back Jan Vertonghen is stepping up his recovery after suffering ankle ligament damage, and is starting to run again.
Right-back Kieran Trippier, who hurt his hip in the FA Cup fourth-round win over Wycombe, winger Erik Lamela, who also has a hip problem, and forward Georges-Kevin Nkoudou, out with a knee injury, remain sidelined.
Middlesbrough could give a debut to Algeria international midfielder Adlene Guedioura, after he joined from Watford on transfer deadline day.
George Friend and Gaston Ramirez are both injured but Calum Chambers – on loan from Arsenal – may return from a foot problem.