South Africa reported no major injury concerns following their decisive 49-3 Pool B victory over Italy at the Shizuoka Stadium ECOPA on Friday.
Kolbe twisted his left ankle in the final minutes of the match and was withdrawn as a precaution.
The player was x-rayed following the match – which proved to be clear – and was walking normally on Saturday.
“We have the usual bumps and bruises following a match but otherwise we’re in a good space,” said Rassie Erasmus, South Africa’s director of rugby.
“Cheslin’s ankle is a little stiff but he could probably play on Tuesday at a push. We’re in the fortunate space of having a full squad to pick from.”
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Kolbe scored two tries in the win over Italy – on the way to being awarded the Player of the Match prize – to take his test tally to seven in 12 Tests since making his debut 13 months ago.
Fellow wing Makazole Mapimpi scored his 11th in as many tests – and collected nine stitches in a forehead gash – while there were others for hooker Bongi Mbonambi, centre Lukhanyo Am, replacement hooker Malcolm Marx and a career first for lock RG Snyman.
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