Scotland and Wales have suffered injury blows overnight in Japan with both players heading home.
Wales second row Cory Hill has been ruled out of the World Cup without playing a game.
The Dragons forward has failed to recover from a stress fracture and will be replaced by Ospreys’ Bradley Davies.
Meanwhile, Scotland scrum-half Ali Price is out of the World Cup because of a foot injury suffered in Sunday’s defeat by Ireland.
Short lived but incredibly proud to have made the field at a World Cup. Gutting now but I’ll be all good – looking forward to supporting the boys for the rest of the tournament and getting myself back on the field for Glasgow. ✌🏼— Ali Price (@AlistairPrice) September 24, 2019
The Glasgow Warriors player, 26, came on as a second-half substitute in place of Greig Laidlaw in the 27-3 loss in Yokohama.
Edinburgh’s Henry Pyrgos will fly out as Price’s replacement.