Nani, Jones and Scholes fit for Easter fixtures, confirms Sir Alex Ferguson

The 71-year-old has revealed that the trio will be able to play some part during a busy period, and that none of his players returned from international duty with injuries
Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson has confirmed that Nani, Phil Jones and Paul Scholes are fit for the upcoming games against Sunderland and Chelsea.

Nani sustained a hamstring injury in the FA Cup sixth round clash with the Blues, while Jones and Scholes have been out of action with ankle and knee complaints respectively.

But Ferguson has revealed that all three will be able to play a part as United ready themselves for trips to the Stadium of Light on Saturday and Stamford Bridge on Monday.

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“I don't think there are any injuries from the internationals which is really good news,” he told reporters.

“There's a fair bit of tiredness and the answer to that is to make sure we get the energies back in their bodies. So there's the recovery side to it with not much training.

“There was a fair bit of travel - Chicharito and Valencia only got in [Thursday] afternoon and the English players got back at 05:00GMT. Other than that, we're very satisfied.”

“Nani, Jones and Scholes are all doing a little bit of training, which is encouraging,” he added. “Hopefully it will give us a good strong squad to approach the two games on Saturday and Monday. We'll try to keep the momentum going with he run we're in at the moment. If we do that, Monday will take care of itself."