Neath will delay naming their team for the game against Pontypridd at The Gnoll on Monday, 30 December until the day of the game.
Having picked up a number of injuries during the 23-14 defeat by Swansea at St Helen's on Friday night, coach Lyn Jones will receive fitness reports on Monday morning.
Former Wales hooker Barry Williams damaged his ribs at a collapsed scrum, while outside half Lee Jarvis took a blow to the head in a tackle. Other players are also carrying bumps and bruises.
Neath face Pontypridd on Monday (kick-off 2.30 pm) and then meet Cardiff in the Celtic League semi-final at The Gnoll on Saturday (kick-off 5.30pm). Tickets for that game are available from the Neath club (01639 769660).
The winners of the semi-final on Saturday will meet the winners of the first semi-final, between Munster and Ulster on Friday night, at the Millennium Stadium on 1 February.
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