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Pollard suffered a blow to the head in last weekend’s defeat to New Zealand. He passed an initial fitness test on Saturday, but two days’ later began to show signs of concussion.
Pat Lambie and Morne Steyn are on standby to play if Pollard is deemed unfit.
Springboks doctor Craig Roberts said: “Handre passed the head injury assessment during the game and immediately after, but then two days later there were signs of what we called delayed concussion.
“So we will only know later in the week, after further tests are carried out, whether he will be available for selection.”
Better news for the Springboks was that the experienced trio of centre Jean de Villiers, scrum-half Fourie de Preez and flank Willem Alberts all made it through a training session unscathed on Monday as they aim to make a return to the side having not yet featured in 2015.
“Jean is a player who took a back seat a bit so that he could get some game time, and the news is good on that front as he looked good in training and should be available for selection for this week’s game,” Roberts said.
“It was also a good workout for Fourie du Preez. We will obviously monitor how he responds to the training, as we will with Jean, before making a final decision.
“Willem is also looking good. We’ve been building him up for a while now, and if gets through the training week then he will be ready to play.”
Two more players back in training on Monday were centre Jan Serfontein and prop Steven Kitshoff.
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Reports in South Africa said that Steyn’s brother Wimpie took his own life on their family farm on Monday morning.
Steyn has been training with the Springboks in Durban. A chest injury meant he wasn’t available to play this weekend’s Rugby Championship match against Argentina but the Boks were keeping him in their mix as part of their World Cup preparations.
“Frans informed me straight after our morning session on Monday and as soon as he heard the sad and tragic news that his brother had passed away,” Springboks team manager Ian Schwartz said.
“We will not take any decisions on his immediate involvement with the squad – his personal situation is now the most important and we will support him and his family wherever we can in this very difficult time. Our thoughts and prayers are with Frans and his entire family in this time of mourning.”
Meanwhile, South Africa are sweating on the fitness of flyhalf Handre Pollard ahead of their final Rugby Championship test against Argentina at King’s Park on Saturday.
The 21-year-old, who was impressive in defeats to Australia and New Zealand in this year’s competition, took a blow to the head against the latter in Johannesburg nine days ago.
He was cleared to carry on playing in the game, but two days later was diagnosed with delayed concussion and will be assessed again later in the week.
“Handre passed the head injury assessment during the game and immediately after, but then two days later there were signs of what we called delayed concussion,” team doctor Craig Roberts told reporters in Durban.