Chelsea captain John Terry is in line to play in Saturday's friendly match against LA Galaxy despite suffering a hairline fracture of a toe.
Terry seems certain to be fully fit for the start of the season
Terry, 26, was hurt in Wednesday's 1-0 win over the Suwon Bluewings, but the injury is not serious.
The Blues are on tour in the United States and will play David Beckham's new side in a high-profile sell-out friendly match on Saturday.
Terry's fellow defender Wayne Bridge is out for two months with a hip problem.
However, it now seems certain Terry will be fully fit for the start of the season and is also set to be available for England's friendly against Germany on 22 August.
Terry scored the winner in Chelsea's first match of their pre-season campaign, a 2-1 win over Mexican side Club America in California.