Leinster are optimistic centre Brian O'Driscoll and flanker Kevin McLaughlin will be fit for Saturday's Heineken Cup clash with Exeter Chiefs.
O'Driscoll is set to be fit despite rolling his ankle in Saturday's PRO12 win over Munster at the Aviva Stadium.
McLaughlin hyper-extended his arm early in the match but management is "hopeful" he can make a full recovery.
The Irish province also had worries over utility back Isa Nacewa after he suffered a haematoma in a collision with Conor Murray, but like O'Driscoll and McLaughlin, Leinster are hopeful that he will be ready to face the Chiefs.
And Leinster are also optimistic that scrum-half Isaac Boss (arm), captain and lock Leo Cullen (arm), centre Gordon D'Arcy (rib) and prop Cian Healy (bicep) will return to the match day squad after missing the match with Munster.
Full-back Rob Kearney (back) may also be back in action this week, but lock Quinn Roux (shoulder) is unlikely to recover from his injury.