The two teenagers hospitalised in the Worcester Park KFC double stabbing street fight on Saturday morning have recovered sufficiently to be sent home, Sutton police has said.

The two young men, aged 18 and 19, were attacked outside the restaurant shortly before 6am on November 29.

Pools of blood covered the pavement outside KFC and one witness claimed to have seen a knife lying on the ground near a bus stop opposite the railway station.

Both the restaurant and the bus stop were cordoned off by police.

Following the attack two men were arrested in connection with the stabbings although one was later released without charge. 

The other man, who police had referred to as A, has been released on bail and is due to return 'at a date in January'.

The two victims suffered stab wounds to their legs and were taken to a south London hospital where their condition was said to be stable.