New Zealand all-rounder Craig McMillan has been passed fit for their World Cup opener against England on Friday, despite injuring his toe in practice.
McMillan scored a ton in a win over Australia in February
He was hit by a yorker from fast bowler Shane Bond on Wednesday and an X-ray revealed severe bruising.
Batsman Peter Fulton, who broke a finger in last week's warm-up win over Sri Lanka, is also available.
Jacob Oram is fit to play, despite a broken finger, but the Kiwis will be without seamer Mark Gillespie (virus).
"Craig McMillan showed little discomfort when batting, bowling and fielding at the team's practice on Thursday morning," said a team spokesman.
"Peter Fulton also negotiated practice with little discomfort. Only Mark Gillespie has been ruled out with his injured shoulder."
The 30-year-old McMillan is akey player for the Black Caps having scored 4,479 runs and taken 46 wickets in 187 one-day internationals.
He hit form during the recent Chappell-Hadlee series against Australia, scoring 117 in the final game in Hamilton and 52 in the second game in Auckland.