Scott Cummings has dropped out of the Scotland squad after struggling an damage towards Eire on Sunday.
However Zander Fagerson has been referred to as up after sitting out the sport by way of suspension.
Lock Cummings and 21-year-old again Rufus McLean are the one two gamers to drop out of Gregor Townsend’s squad following the 27-24 loss, which ended Scotland’s Guinness Six Nations title hopes.
Scott Cummings has dropped out the Scotland squad after struggling an damage towards Eire
Glasgow participant Cummings suffered a suspected hand fracture whereas fellow lock Jonny Grey sustained a shoulder damage and stand-off Finn Russell picked up a head knock, which seems prone to rule him out of Saturday’s go to of Italy.
Nonetheless, Grey and Russell are each included within the 35-man squad.
Uncapped back-row ahead Ally Miller and his Edinburgh team-mate, again Damien Hoyland, have been drafted into the squad.
Fagerson can be again within the camp after serving three video games of his four-match ban following his crimson card towards Wales.
The punishment was resulting from be break up between membership and worldwide responsibility but it surely had been unclear whether or not Fagerson would miss the sport with Italy or the yet-to-be-rearranged assembly with France.
Talking on the damage scenario after Sunday’s slim defeat, Townsend mentioned: “It’s fairly early to inform however Finn was faraway from play with a concussion, so it is unlikely he’ll characteristic in six days’ time.
“And Scott Cummings, we worry he could have a fracture in his hand, so if that is the case he will not be concerned subsequent week. Jonny Grey had a shoulder challenge, so we’ll wait and see how he’s.
“That is three gamers – I think about there shall be a number of extra that flip up at coaching on Tuesday sore and we’ll simply must see the place we’re then.”