Republic of Ireland winger James McClean is in a race against time to be fit for their vital World Cup qualifiers.
The West Brom man will undergo scans to discover the extent of a knee injury suffered in the pre-season friendly defeat to Bristol Rovers at the weekend.
"James' injury is the most concerning at the moment because it is in the knee area and we'll get that scanned to see what that tells us," West Brom manager Tony Pulis told the club’s website.
Martin O’Neill’s men travel to Tbilisi to take on Georgia on the 2nd of September and then meet group leaders Serbia at the Aviva Stadium on the 5th.
Ireland sit second behind Serbia on goal difference in World Cup qualifying Group D, with 12 points from six matches, four points ahead of Wales in third and Austria in fourth.
West Brom start their Premier League campaign against Bournemouth at the Hawthorns on August 12th.