Three Springboks suffering Eden Park injuries
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Springbok team doctor Craig Roberts said while none of these injuries are too serious, the players will be carefully managed in the coming days.
“Gurthrö and JJ trained with the squad on Monday morning, although they did not do the entire session,” said Dr Roberts.
“Flip didn’t train on Monday, but he’s already improved a lot since the match in Auckland and we’ll give him all the time he needs to fully recover.”
The Springbok team to face Australia will be named on Wednesday afternoon.
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