Gareth Davies and Liam Williams are both in contention to start for Wales in Friday’s Guinness Six Nations opener against France, according to assistant coach Robin McBryde.
Scrum-half Davies had been struck down with a thigh injury, while Williams reported a finger problem but both could be set to play a starring role in the clash with France.
No.8 Ross Moriarty, fly-half Dan Biggar and Ospreys’ Adam Beard are all ruled fit to hand a positive boost to head coach Warren Gatland as Wales seek a first Championship crown since 2013.
However, full-back Leigh Halfpenny has been ruled out of the opening two fixtures but could feature in Round 3 against England.
“It is not as lengthy [a list of absentees] as last week,” said McBryde.
“When we selected a larger than normal squad (39 players) it was to cover. It has been good to welcome quite a few faces back today.
Head coach Gatland added: “Leigh will miss the first couple of games. He is making progress, he is improving, and he has been taking part in training so for us we want to ease him back slowly.
“But there is not any pressure from us in terms of trying to rush him back because the most important thing is his health and his safety.
“Hopefully, we can potentially include him for the final games of the tournament.”