By Andy Newport, Press Association Sport
Published: 14:51 BST, 22 September 2019 | Updated: 15:13 BST, 22 September 2019
Gregor Townsend confessed it 'doesn't look good' for Hamish Watson after admitting the Scotland flanker's World Cup might be over already.
The Dark Blues suffered a 27-3 mauling from Ireland in Yokohama and there was further pain for Edinburgh forward Watson following an incident just before half-time.
He could be heard letting out a huge scream as his left knee appeared to buckle after being caught in a tangle with Irish props Cian Healy and Tadhg Furlong.
Hamish Watson's Rugby World Cup may be over after he was stretchered off against Ireland
Watson left the field on a stretcher and will now be sent for a scan on Sunday evening.
But Townsend is already drawing up plans to promote Magnus Bradbury - who had already travelled to Japan on stand-by following an earlier facial injury to Jamie Ritchie - to his squad if his Edinburgh colleague is forced out of the tournament.
Townsend said: 'Hamish is our only injury concern.
'He had a knee injury that we will be hopefully getting more information on tonight with a scan.
Gregor Townsend says he will know the full