The Miami Dolphins expect wide receiver DeVante Parker to play in Sunday night’s prime time game against the Oakland Raiders, barring a setback in practices this week, according to sources.

Parker, who has missed the past three games with an ankle injury, will this week get his first significant practice work since the first week of October. Coach Adam Gase last week was hopeful but non-committal about whether Parker would play against Oakland.

Dolphins players are off until Tuesday and will begin practice preparations for the Raiders on Wednesday.

Despite missing three games, Parker is second on the team with four catches of 20-yards or more, leads the team with an average of 59 receiving yards per game, and is first among the wide receivers with a 67.8 percent catches to targets rate.