Barcelona duo Luis Suarez and Arda Turan have returned to training ahead of Saturday's game at Leganes.
Both featured in Barca's first session of the week on Monday and are expected to be available for selection.
Suarez was left out of Uruguay's squad for this month's friendlies against Poland and Austria at his club's request in order to recover from a knee injury that has troubled him since the start of the season.
He was ruled out for a month after hurting his knee in the Spanish Super Cup defeat to Real Madrid in August but returned within two weeks to play for Uruguay in World Cup qualifiers against Argentina and Paraguay.
Barca posted a video on twitter showing Suarez working at the gym last week to get back to fitness.
The 30-year-old forward, who has scored three goals in eight league starts for Barca, told el El Mundo Deportivo he would be fit to face Leganes.
Turan, meanwhile, sat out Barca's last four games with a recurring ankle problem but completed Monday's session.
Barca hold a four-point advantage over nearest rivals Valencia at the top of the Liga table and are on a three-game winning streak.
Adriana Garcia is a Valencia-based football writer who covers La Liga for ESPN FC.