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Prop Adam Jones, full-back Lee Byrne and the versatile James Hook have been passed fit after missing the hard-fought 23-19 defeat to England at Twickenham.
Gatland may also be able to call on the services of Lions stars Gethin Jenkins, Matthew Rees and Stephen Jones, who suffered a minor calf strain in the warm-up.
But one player he will definitely be without is the Scarlets’ Stoddart who broke his leg as he was tackled by England full-back Delon Armitage.
Stoddard was only drafted into the team as a last-minute replacement for Jones and Gatland was left to rue his cruel luck with injuries.
He said: “You have got to feel for him. We have been joking in the past, calling him 'glass' and 'crystal' because he does pick up a few injuries, but to get an injury like that - you hope he recovers as quickly as possible.
“Morgan looked dangerous with the ball in hand, he looked threatening. It was a shame he picked up that injury.”
The return World Cup warm-up match will be an opportunity for instant revenge for Wales who have lost their last three matches to England including the 19-26 reverse in the 2011 RBS 6 Nations at the Millennium Stadium.
But after outscoring England by three tries to two, Gatland maintains his side have little to fear from Martin Johnson’s men.
He said: “They’ll [England] want to improve their attacking display. I think both teams will hopefully want to improve on their performance.
“I didn't think England asked too much of us defensively.
“If you look at the tries - [James] Haskell off the back of the scrum and we've just over-chased with [Manu] Tuilagi in the second half.
“I think they'll want to improve their attacking display and we've got a few players that have been out with injury and who could be available to us next week.”