Cardiff Blues director of rugby Dai Younger is hoping Tomos Williams and Cory Hill are usually not severely injured after coming off within the 13-10 win over Scarlets.
Williams was pressured with an arm harm, whereas Hill suffered a hamstring downside.
Scarlets prop Wyn Jones additionally suffered a neck harm after solely simply recovered with concussion.
The trio have all been included Wayne Pivac’s 36-man Six Nations squad.
Wales open their marketing campaign towards Eire on 7 February and hyperlink up collectively subsequent Monday.
“It’s onerous after a sport but it surely seemed like Cory twinged a hamstring and Tomos had a shoulder bump,” mentioned Younger.
“We do not suppose it is going to be too dangerous, hopefully.”
On Scarlets prop Jones, head coach Glenn Delaney added: “He’s up and about and it didn’t look too critical so we do not suppose there are too many considerations round him.”
Scarlets quantity eight Sione Kalamafoni was additionally pressured off the sector within the second-half with a head harm after receiving a stray elbow within the face from Cardiff Blues prop Dmitri Arhip.
The incident was not penalised by the match officers.
“It was not reviewed so clearly they didn’t see any proof to say that it wanted to be,” mentioned Delaney.
“I’ve had a few appears at it and perhaps some others will take a look at it too. The important thing factor is that he’s up and about which we’re pleased about after a knock to the pinnacle.”