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.
The home nations are building up to September's World Cup, which is now just three weeks away, and we are here to wrap up the week's goings on with a particular focus on the British & Irish Lions involved.
In the fifth of a series of interviews, British & Irish Lions fans reminisce on their favourite tour memories. Here Colin Moffitt recounts his trip to Australia for the triumphant 2013 tour against the Wallabies.
Victory on a British & Irish Lions tour, alongside some memorable performances in the red of Wales, has seen Mike Phillips follow in the footsteps of legendary compatriots like JPR Williams and Phil Bennett - and it is a legacy he may have been destined to join since his junior days at Whitland RFC.
There is nothing quite like being on Tour! The buzz and atmosphere generated on a Lions Tour is memorable. Here's what some of the travelling fans thought of their trip to Australia in 2013. Secure your place for New Zealand 2017 at www.lionstour.com
Ryan Grant displayed some impressive singing skills while on tour with the British & Irish Lions. The full release of Lions Raw will be available on DVD and Blu-Ray from October 28th. Pre-order on Amazon.