The striker, who has scored five goals in France including successive braces in the knockout wins against Spain and France, was a surprise absentee for the last-four victory over England because of a slight hamstring strain.
“Don’t drop it in the pool!” pic.twitter.com/bS5dc1C5gt— U.S. Soccer WNT (@USWNT) July 5, 2019
Rapinoe said after that game she expected to be ready for USA's third World Cup final in a row at the weekend and, having trained in the days leading up to the clash with the European champions, the 34-year-old believes she will be passed fit.
"As of now, I'm expecting to be ready for tomorrow. I feel good," Rapinoe said at USA's pre-match press conference.
"That's all I can really say right now. We have one more training session.
"I'm pretty open and honest with you. Nothing hidden. I expect to be good to go for tomorrow."
Christen Press took Rapinoe's place against England on Tuesday and headed their opening goal in a 2-1 win.