Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger says striker Danny Welbeck could be fit to face Aston Villa in the FA Cup final at the end of the month.
The 24-year-old continues his recovery from injury and will be assessed next week ahead of the final.
The Frenchman also revealed that winger Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and defender Mathieu Debuchy have resumed training with the rest of the squad.
"We have no basic injuries from our last game," Wenger said on Friday.
"We have given a lot physically and mentally at Manchester United and it [the time before the Sunderland game] was a bit short maybe for us to recover completely.
"This time we have a bit longer to recover and we have our tests to see how well everybody recovers. I might rest one or two maybe but overall I believe that the team will be similar to the team that played on Wednesday night.
"We had a few jaded legs maybe at the end of the game but we'll see how everybody recovers for Sunday.
"Do we have anybody back for Sunday? Danny Welbeck no [but] there is a good chance that he will be available for England. It's difficult to know.
"He had a little knee problem and will go out today for the first time. We have to wait for the response to that to know if he responds in a positive way. He could be fit very quickly.
"If he is not available for the FA Cup final, I can't see him being competitive enough for England.
"Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain is back in full training today [Friday], it's not impossible [for him to feature in the FA Cup final] because he starts full training today. We'll see how he responds to that.
"Mathieu Debuchy as well [is back in full training today]."