The three players injured in South Africa's Tri-Nations defeat to New Zealand are expected to be fit for their next game.
Lock Victor Matfield, winger Bryan Habana and flanker Juan Smith all were hurt in Saturday's 35-17 loss in Wellington but it has been decided the trio will undergo treatment at the side's camp in Sydney rather than returning home.
Matfield has a twisted ankle, Smith a shoulder joint injury and Habana a dislocated finger but none of the three will be replaced.
They are all hopeful of being available for the Springboks' next clash against Australia in Sydney on August 5.
Lions skipper Sam Warburton says the lessons he and his Welsh colleagues learnt in Australia last summer will stand them in good stead for their return visit with Britain and Ireland's elite next month.
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