The 23-year-old was a 68th-minute substitute in Friday's 2-0 defeat to Belgium but was withdrawn from Gordon Strachan's squad for last night's penultimate World Cup qualifier against Macedonia because of a broken hand.
Rhodes returned to his club in the aftermath of contentious comments from Strachan indicating that there was no starting role for the prolific marksman in Scotland's preferred system of utilising a lone striker.
However, the Oldhmam-born player, who qualifies for Scotland through the schooling rule, now appears set for a swift return to club action in the Lancashire derby against Burnley on Saturday.
Gary Bowyer, his club manager, said: "Scotland have looked after him and sent him back down the road. We are waiting on our medical team but I spoke to Jordan over the weekend and he seemed fine with everything, so we are not too concerned over that.
"He'll have wanted to play for his country but, selfishly, we get him for the whole week now."