Jose Manuel Rey and Rafael Castellin have recovered from their injuries and are fit to play for their Venezuelan club Caracas in the Libertadores Cup, local press said on Sunday.
Rey and Castellin played for Caracas's last match in the domestic league, which may probably prompt coach Noel Sanvicente to include them in his line-up against Chilean club Everton on Tuesday.
"Both are very important players for us, for their way to mark and keep the ball. They have recovered, the idea is to make them play before the match against Everton," Sanvicente told local press.
Meanwhile, Rey said that he was eager to return to play.
"I wanted to play, but I always had pain. Luckily, I recovered, they gave me time and now I have done a good performance," Rey said.
Caracas hopes to reach for the second time the quarterfinals of the Libertadores Cup.