Holland picked up three injuries during their 1-1 friendly with Australia on Sunday with Wesley Sneijder’s ankle knock regarded as the most serious.
Philip Cocu (thigh) and Giovanni van Bronckhorst (ankle) were the otehr casualties in a bad tempered match.
“It’s like an episode of M.A.S.H.,” said Holland coach Marco van Basten said. “It was some sight in the dressing room.
“But I don’t regret the match because it is good to play physical football.
“Generally we played well and created a lot of chances but a match like this gets difficult when you fail to convert them.”
Australia’s Luke Wilkshire was sent off for his challenge on Van Bronckhorst.
“I do not think he wanted to go for the ball,” Van Bronckhorst said.
“Luckily for me, the injury is not too bad but if it had have been, I would have missed the World Cup and, in a game like this, I don’t think it would have been worth it.
“We knew Australia were a physical team. It is one of their strengths. But I just felt some of their challenges were too hard. After all, we are only one week away from a World Cup.”
But while Van Bronckhorst is confident he will recover in time for the start of the World Cup, there is a doubt over Sneijder’s chances.
Dutch coach Marco van Basten said: “Sneijder is limping and his ankle is strapped up.
“We’ll have to wait 24 hours to find out how serious it is. We have to wait and see how it develops.”
Meanwhile, Australia’s Dutch-born coach Guus Hiddink, was pleased with his side’s performance.
“We worked hard on physical preparation and tactics and the team did very well,” said Australia coach Guus Hiddink.