Wales flanker Justin Tipuric is a significant doubt for the Autumn Nations match in opposition to England in Llanelli on 28 November.
Tipuric was the sufferer of a harmful swinging arm from reverse quantity Beka Saginadze in Wales’ 18-0 win which earned the Georgia flanker a yellow card.
Wales head coach Wayne Pivac believes it may have been a pink card.
Tipuric will now be going by way of the pinnacle damage protocols.
“I’ve simply seen him within the hall and he is chatting away,” mentioned Pivac.
“It was an incident which I believed warranted just a little bit greater than a yellow card based mostly on the digicam angles we had.
“It seemed a nasty forearm to the face and it put paid to Justin for the remainder of the match.”
Tipuric was compelled off the sphere within the second half, whereas Wales full-back Liam Williams additionally left the sphere with 15 stitches in his mouth after a stray boot however ought to be match to face England. Wing Johnny McNicholl additionally departed with a rib cartilage challenge.
Tub quantity eight Taulupe Faletau will likely be match after recovering from damage, whereas Cardiff Blues back-rower Josh Navidi is battling to be in competition after lacking the autumn programme thus far together with his personal concussion points.
Ross Moriarty is sidelined with an ankle drawback.
Dragons back-rower Aaron Wainwright was handed the man-of-the-match accolade in opposition to Georgia after a formidable efficiency at quantity eight with Pivac believing this ought to be his long-term place.
“I personally like him at eight,” added Pivac.
“I want him at eight to 6. He will get his palms on the ball, he has excellent acceleration out of the boot.
“You noticed a few of these expertise tonight and I like him in that place.”
Wales have an out of doors centre void to fill lacking in opposition to England with Jonathan Davies set to overlook the sport with a knee drawback. Johnny Williams impressed at inside centre on his debut.
“Earlier than we may go broad tonight in these circumstances, we needed to get some go-forward,” mentioned Pivac.
“Johnny was one of many individuals who had a task to play there and I believed he did an excellent job. He was definitely excited heading into the sport and he was excited within the altering rooms after the sport.
“He completely loved it and loved the workload. By and enormous, he did a superb job.”
Pivac made 13 adjustments for this match following the Dublin defeat by Eire and has his extra skilled gamers ready to return again in in opposition to England.
“There have been some good performances, there are many work-ons,” added Pivac.
“It was removed from excellent however it was a step in the fitting course for the blokes that bought the chance.
“England are a very completely different proposition. We’ll assessment the sport and we’ll select based mostly on placing a aspect out that we predict can get the job finished.
“They seem to be a formidable aspect, they’ve quite a lot of expertise, they seem to be a huge aspect.
“They will be a problem, a handful. For us, we have to take the positives out of this efficiency tonight, which is the set piece.
“We’ll must construct on that up in opposition to England.”