Leinster will not make a decision on Johnny Sexton and Seán O'Brien’s availability for this weekend’s Champions Cup tie against Glasgow until later in the week.

The Ireland duo missed Saturday’s bonus-point win over Montpellier through injury.

Out-half Sexton suffered a dead leg against Munster in the Pro14 and was unable to train fully ahead of the match at the RDS.

He, along with flanker O’Brien, who hasn’t played since getting a stamp on the calf against Edinburgh last month, will be assessed during the week.

Apart from long-term absentees Jamie Heaslip, Rob Kearney, Garry Ringrose, Tom Daly and Ian Nagle, no other player has been ruled out for Saturday’s trip (1pm).

Isa Nawewa (ankle), Rory O’Loughlin (dead leg), Richardt Strauss (knee), Dan Leavy (ankle) and Cathal Marsh (adductor) all remain in contention at this point.