Frank de Boer will be able to call upon Matthijs de Ligt for the Netherlands' second match of the European Championship against Austria on Wednesday evening.
The Juventus defender was not involved in the first match of Group C due to a groin injury but has subsequently returned to full training, with De Boer confirming he is ready to play.
Should De Ligt feature in the starting XI, it will be at the expense of 19-year-old Jurrien Timber, who impressed in the opening 3-2 win versus Ukraine.
Daley Blind and Stefan de Vrij will make up the rest of the back three, with Denzel Dumfries and Patrick van Aanholt in the wing-back roles.
The Netherlands are at their strongest in central midfield with Paris Saint-Germain's new signing Georginio Wijnaldum a certain starter alongside Barcelona's Frenkie de Jong and Atalanta's Marten de Roon.
De Boer isn't blessed with a raft of options up top but the performance of Wout Weghorst against Ukraine will certainly be encouraging to Dutch fans as he scored his nation's goal with an instinctive finish at the near post.
Not only that, but he led the line well and introduced others into the game.
Memphis Depay will, of course, start up top as Weghorst's partner.