Manchester United star Bruno Fernandes has escaped serious injury after being involved in a car crash on Monday.
The 27-year-old was involved in a collision on the eve of United's Premier League encounter with rivals Liverpool.
No parties involved are understood to have sustained serious injuries and Fernandes is expected dod train with the rest of Ralf Rangnick's squad on Monday.
Interim manager Rangnick later confirmed that Fernandes will be available to take on Liverpool after Monday's crash.
"Yes, he was training with the team," he said. "Obviously the accident happened on the way to Carrington, but as far as I know nobody was injured.
"He trained with the team and he was OK. That's why I think he will also be OK for tomorrow."
United's Champions League qualification chances received a huge shot in the arm on Saturday, when their hard-fought 3-2 win against Norwich came as Tottenham and Arsenal fell to shock losses.
Rangnick admitted straight after the win that his players had to raise their game if they are to stand any chance against Liverpool, but he believes they can get a positive result at Anfield.
"It's up to us," the interim manager said. "We definitely will travel there tomorrow and try to get the three points. This is what it's all about.
"It's not about the situation they're in, it's about our own situation.
"After last weekend's results, we are still in the race for number four but in order to stay in that race we have to win almost every game. To start with, tomorrow.
"Although we might be the underdogs for most people, we still know that if we raise our level, if we play a top performance ourselves, we have a chance to get three points there and this will be our ambition and our goal for tomorrow."
United suffered a humiliating 5-0 home loss in October's reverse fixture and are available with some bookmakers at 7/1 to win Tuesday's game.