Sean Cronin has emerged as Leinster's biggest injury worry, for the Guinness PRO12 semi-final against Scarlets on Friday.
The hooker is still struggling with a neck problem, picked up in the Champions Cup semi-final defeat to Clermont Auvergne in April, and it’s thought Friday’s game may come too soon for him.
There is better news on Robbie Henshaw and Sean O’Brien, however.
Centre Henshaw has been struggling with a rib injury since the Clermont loss, while O'Brien has been out for over a month with a hamstring problem.
Leinster senior coach Stuart Lancaster gave an update on the trio’s fitness today, starting with the severity of Cronin’s neck issue:
Lancaster also admits they are “optimistic” Henshaw could feature on Friday:
Leinster host the Scarlets at the RDS on Friday.