Scrum half Rhys Webb and second row forward Luke Charteris could still feature for Wales in this weekend's final game of the 2014 Six Nations despite picking up injuries before and during Sunday's 29-18 defeat to England.
Charteris was forced to withdraw from the match day squad for Twickenham despite being named to in the starting XV after picking up a neck injury during the squads final preparations.
Webb, brought into the side for his second consecutive start in place of long-time number 9 Mike Phillips, limped out of the defeat to England with an ankle problem, the initial diagnosis of which had indicated Webb would face a period of recovery.
Both though are undergoing treatment and will have their fitness determined ahead of Warren Gatland naming his side to face Scotland at the Millennium Stadium this weekend on Thursday.
Leigh Halfpenny however faces an extended period on the sidelines after dislocating his shoulder in the closing stages of Sunday's defeat at Twickenham.
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