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Manchester United get double injury boost for Chelsea game

Raphael Varane and Jonny Evans are set to be available for Manchester United's Premier League fixture away to Chelsea.

The Manchester Evening News reported on Wednesday morning Varane was hopeful of recovering from an impact injury that forced him off in the 1-1 draw with Brentford on Saturday.

Evans has missed the last two games with a knock but the 36-year-old is due to be involved in United's final team training session on Wednesday afternoon.

The probable availability of Varane, Evans and Harry Maguire is well-timed after fellow centre halves Lisandro Martinez (calf) and Victor Lindelof (hamstring) were ruled out for a month.

"No more issues, we don't need," Ten Hag said. "On the frontline and midfield, we are okay and we have options there but in the backline we have a lack of options.

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"But the good thing is back in training this afternoon is Raphael Varane and Jonny Evans. Yesterday Harry Maguire was back in training."

United have recorded 53 separate cases of injury and illness that have caused a player to miss a game this season and they will continue to be without long-term absentees Luke Shaw and Tyrell Malacia against Chelsea.

The club appointed Gary O'Driscoll as club doctor in September and some players have blamed the intensity of Ten Hag's training sessions for muscular injuries.

Casemiro never suffered a muscular injury in his career before he was sidelined for two-and-a-half months this season with a hamstring strain.

When asked about United's investigation into their injury crises, Ten Hag replied: "We have an idea but we will work on it. Internally, we will deal with it.