France fly-half David Skrela has passed a fitness test and will be part of a 25-man Toulouse squad which travels to Wales tomorrow ahead of Saturday's Heineken Cup quarter-final against Cardiff Blues.
Skrela was a doubt with a rib injury sustained in last weekend's 42-10 victory over Brive in the Top 14.
But he has proved his fitness and is likely to fill the number 10 jersey for the French champions at the Millennium Stadium.
Frederic Michalak is coach Guy Noves' other option at fly-half but not Jean-Baptiste Elissalde, who has not recovered from an elbow problem in time.
"We tested both of them for 20 minutes, up against decent opposition," said Noves.
"David is clearly okay and will be in the squad. For 'Jean-Ba', he is not quite right."
Les Bleus full-back Clement Poitrenaud is fit after adductor problems and France prop Benoit Lecouls has recovered from a shoulder complaint, but fellow front-row forward Jean-Baptiste Poux (neck) will not make the trip.
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