Wasps have given Marcus Watson time off to fly to Japan and support younger brother Anthony in the World Cup final.
He follows Sale Sharks flanker Ben Curry, who was also given permission to miss a Premiership match to watch twin Tom face South Africa on Saturday.
A massive thanks to Dai and @WaspsRugby for letting me go. Means a lot to me and my family. @callumwatson9 and I are buzzing to be on our way to 🇯🇵 to join mum and dad. This pic was the last time we were all away together #sisqo #simonphoenix 😂 pic.twitter.com/wNh2VVXcdg— Marcus Watson (@MarcusWatson11) October 31, 2019
Anthony Watson will start on the right wing for England in Yokohama while Tom Curry starts at blind-side flanker.
Marcus, who had been due to face Bath at the Ricoh Arena on Saturday, is on his way to Japan with their other brother Callum.