The Gold Coast Titans will be sweating on further news regarding three key players who picked up injuries in the club's round 18 clash against the Parramatta Eels.
Co-Captain Jamal Fogarty left the field with a compound finger injury, but Titans High Performance Manger Klint Hoare says the he's hopeful that the halfback won't miss too much football.
"Jamal had a successful clean of a compound finger injury," Hoare said.
"We've got a nine day turnaround before the next game, but it is crucial in the early days that no infection occurs."
Phil Sami finished the night on crutches after leaving the field with an ankle injury.
"Phil is still waiting on results of scans to determine the severity of the injury but it is currently diagnosed as a lateral ankle ligaments tear.
"We're hopeful scans will rule out syndesmosis."
Hooker Erin Clark also picked up an elbow complaint and it's not yet known how series his injury is.
"Erin sustained an elbow injury through a hyper extension while he was performing a tackle early in the game," Hoare said.
"He tore a ligament and that also resulted in soft muscle tissue trauma around the site of the injury.
"We are waiting on swelling to subside to determine the extend of the injury and possible chip of the bone."
The Titans return to Cbus Super Stadium as the away team for Round 19, where they'll play against the "home" St George Illawarra Dragons.