Manchester United head into the game on the back of three victories from their opening fixtures on tour.
With a 4-0 victory over Liverpool in Thailand, victories over Melbourne Victory (4-1) and Crystal Palace (3-1) at the MCG, United has had a perfect preseason.
Scott McTominay may not be a certainty because he skipped open training to work out in the gym.
Both Raphael Varane and James Garner participated in the session and appear to be contenders.
Due to an injury, Garner is yet to play on Tour 2022, but Ten Hag has acknowledged that he is interested in seeing the young player who spent the previous season on loan at Nottingham Forest.
Will Fish is available after receiving a red card against Palace, and Academy prospect Hannibal might get additional playing time after Ten Hag stated that the Tunisian midfielder pleased him in training.
Christian Eriksen and Lisandro Martinez, two recent additions, will not be participating, clearly, as they are not joining the Australian team.
Manager Steven Gerrard has suggested his side will be full strength and similar to how the Midlanders are likely to line up when the Premier League campaign kicks off next month.
The 1-0 victory over Brisbane Roar was achieved with the help of substitutions from Tyrone Mings, Douglas Luiz, Emi Buendia, and Ollie Watkins in the second half. Gerrard does not appear to be lacking in any area of the field at the moment.