Phew. It's the double boost the Canberra Raiders so desperately need.
Not only was John Bateman cleared by the NRL match review committee, but hooker Siliva Havili (triceps) is also a chance of playing the Brisbane Broncos at Canberra Stadium on Saturday night.
Bateman was put on report for a high tackle on Penrith centre Stephen Crichton in the 78th minute in the Raiders' 28-12 loss, but he's been deemed not to have a case to answer.
It was also positive news on the injury front for the Green Machine with Havili a chance of facing the Broncos.
He was forced from the field with a triceps strain in the 47th minute and was unable to return.
But it's hoped he'll be fit to continue his dummy half partnership with Tom Starling against the struggling Broncos.
"It's a strain and we are hoping with rehabilitation and physio he will be OK to play this week," Stuart said.
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It would be a massive loss for the Raiders if Havili was ruled out, given they've already lost Josh Hodgson (knee) for the season.
That would leave Starling as their only fit No.9, although they do have Kurt Baptiste starting training on Monday.
But Baptiste hasn't trained since the Queensland Cup was cancelled in March and probably won't be ready for several weeks.
He's passed the Apollo protocols and was officially allowed into the Raiders bubble on Sunday.
That's seen him join Jordan Rapana's household for the next few months.
Apart from that Stuart would have to turn to a left-field option like second-rower Bateman, who has played hooker for England, or lock Kai O'Donnell, who has trained there.
Baptiste has played 56 of his 79 NRL games for the Raiders, leaving the club at the end of the 2017 season.
Raiders fullback Charnze Nicoll-Klokstad, who starred against the Panthers, was looking forward to meeting Baptiste.
Baptiste is coming in on a training contract, but will be allowed to play if the Raiders suffer an injury to one of their dummy halves.
"I've heard a lot about him, about his character and how he plays as well," Nicoll-Klokstad said.
"He's going to be a really good addition to our side and I can't wait to have him in camp."
Nicoll-Klokstad will also be right to play the Broncos, having come off with a cramp in his calf in his first game back following finger surgery.
He scored two tries and was brilliant for the Green Machine.
"Pulled up fine. Just a little calf cramp at the end there, but it's back to the drawing board for us and a big week building towards the game against the Broncos," Nicoll-Klokstad said.
"I could've pushed to see how [the calf] was, but I think it just took a little too long so they decided to pull me. I guess it's what's best for the team as well."
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Saturday: Canberra Raiders v Brisbane Broncos at Canberra Stadium, 7.35pm.