Brazil goalkeeper Julio Cesar will miss Monday's friendly against Tanzania after hurting his back.
The Brazilian Football Confederation (CBF) announced on Sunday that the 30-year-old will not feature in the World Cup warm-up match after sustaining the injury in the first half of Brazil's 3-0 friendly win over Zimbabwe on Wednesday.
Coach Dunga has already said that Cesar's injury is not serious and he should recover in a few days, meaning the Inter Milan keeper is likely to be fit for South Africa.
"Julio Cesar will not travel to Tanzania with the Brazilian team," said CBF in a statement. "He will continue working with the physiotherapist."
The match will mark the first Brazil game Cesar has missed for two years after starting each of his country's last 26 encounters.
Brazil are set to take on North Korea, Ivory Coast and Portugal in Group G of the World Cup.