The Reds are scheduled to face Sunderland in the Barclays Premier League on Saturday 30 March before contesting an FA Cup sixth-round replay with Chelsea at Stamford Bridge on Easter Monday with the kick-off times less than 48 hours apart.
It is a daunting task, particularly as many of Sir Alex Ferguson’s players will have travelled the world to represent their individual countries beforehand, but Giggs feels sure his team-mates are more than capable of handling the situation – even if it isn’t ideal.
“It is a strange situation; I think they were just trying to fit the Chelsea replay in,” Giggs told MUTV. "Obviously, with them still in the Europa League it was tough to find a place for the fixture and Easter Monday was the only time. It seems strange to play twice in 48 hours - we haven’t done that for a bit.
“But saying that, the squad is looking good at the moment and hopefully we will have a fully fit group after the international break that will be able to handle the two games.
“It is two important games in such a short space of time – Sunderland away is always going to be a tough one and obviously Chelsea will be too – but hopefully we’ve got a squad that can handle it.”
Giggs played against Reading on Saturday for the first time since featuring in his 1,000th career match during United’s high-profile defeat to Real Madrid in the UEFA Champions