Cape Town - Springbok flyhalf Johan Goosen should be ready to play for the Cheetahs when they host the Bulls in Bloemfontein on Friday night.
Goosen went for a scan after slightly injuring his arm in the Cheetahs' 21-20 home defeat to the Lions at the weekend.
According to the Volksblad website
, the scan results showed no tear or any further injury to his arm.
He was back at training on Monday but did not participate in contact sessions as a precautionary measure. He practiced his goal-kicks while his team-mates had a go at each other.
In other injury news, scrumhalf Shaun Venter (ankle), wing Raymond Rhule (hamstring) and prop Trevor Nyakane (leg) also missed Monday's training session.
Venter and Rhule are expected to be back in training on Tuesday, while Nyakane may need a bit more time.
Kick-off at the Free State Stadium is at 19:10 on Friday.