England defenders Ashley Cole and John Terry are expected to be fit for England's World Cup opener on 10 June.
Cole was replaced by Bridge in the first half
Both players came off in the 6-0 friendly win over Jamaica in England's final World Cup warm-up game ahead of next Saturday's match against Paraguay.
Left-back Cole was worried over a thigh injury, but a scan revealed there had been no damage to the muscle.
Terry came off with a knee problem, but coach Sven-Goran Eriksson is confident the central defender will be fit.
Right-back Gary Neville missed the Jamaica game with a hamstring injury but will return
to training on Monday and is expected to play against Paraguay.