Experienced opener Brenton Parchment and left-arm medium seam bowler Krishmar Santokie are back in training with the Jamaica squad after missing the team's first set of matches in the West Indies Four-Day and Super50 tournaments.
The two, who have been out of the team for varying reasons, could find themselves in Jamaica's starting line-up for their upcoming clashes against the Leeward Islands at Sabina Park.
Parchment, who played a lead role in helping Jamaica to register a record fifth straight hold on the Four-Day title, was in Australia playing league cricket.
Santokie, on the other hand, who recently returned from the Bangladesh Premier League Twenty20, has been struggling to find a spot in either squad, despite being one of the best Twenty20 bowlers in the region in recent years.
"Parchment is back in the island and could be somebody we take a look at for upcoming matches," said Coach Junior Bennett.
"The issue of Santokie, meanwhile, is something you will have to address to the chairman of selectors."
The Leewards and Jamaica will face-off in Super50 action on Thursday before going head-to-head in a four-day match two days later.
Jamaica are current leaders of the Super50 with maximum points after winning their opening three games, while they are second, behind Trinidad and Tobago, in the four-day format.