Czech stars Tomas Rosicky and Petr Cech have excellent chances of being fit for their side's final Group A clash against co-hosts Poland after undergoing scans on Wednesday.
"We could see them both play (against Poland on Saturday) in the end. There's a big chance," said team doctor Petr Krejci.
There had been serious concern over the injury-prone Rosicky, who was unable to come back out for the second-half of the crucial 2-1 win over Greece on Tuesday because of a sore Achilles tendon.
The scan, though, showed no damage to either the tendon or the tissue according to Krejci.
Chelsea keeper Cech took over the captaincy after Rosicky failed to come back out for the second-half and finished the game with a sore left shoulder.
"The scan didn't show an injury to the joint, the bones or tissue," said Krejci.