Manchester United are hopeful Marcus Rashford will be fit to face West Brom but Victor Lindelof faces a late fitness test.
Rashford sustained an injury in the 3-1 win over Everton two weeks ago and missed all three of England’s international games against the Republic of Ireland, Belgium and Iceland.
Lindelof has been nursing a back problem for upwards of a year and came off after 66 minutes in Sweden’s 4-2 defeat to France in Paris on Tuesday.
Luke Shaw, Jesse Lingard and Phil Jones are all out and Eric Bailly will not be considered for selection after he returned to first-team training for the first time in a month. Mason Greenwood could also miss out after being unwell.
“The short version is Luke Shaw, Jesse Lingard and Phil Jones are the only ones who didn’t join in parts of the training today,” Solskjaer said. “They’re at different stages.
“Some of them had recovery after the international on Wednesday and travelled and are working back after injury and fitness and we’ll make a decision tonight but most of them have joined in today and some joined in yesterday, so looking good.
“Rashford and Lindelof? Possibles, but some of them are probably some doubts. Marcus joined in for the first time today, hopefully there’s no reaction, I’m not sure.
“Bailly, that was his first day today, so no. Him and Marcos Rojo joined for the first time in a month, at least, so they’re not ready. Victor, we’ll have to check tomorrow because his back is not great.”